It is hard to imagine a world without light for many individuals. For 1.2 billion people this is reality. In places where the sun often sets at 6 p.m. their ability to study, read and work is limited by at least three hours, whereas we can turn on this resource with the flip of a switch. As a result, opportunities for development such as studying or engaging in small crafts and trades have been enabled by providing ade¬quate light. This has changed now that this project has been enabled with WakaWaka products. These products provide light for days and changes the life conditions of this generation living in rural zones, thereby helping to eliminate energy poverty in our lifetime.