This short film celebrates an important milestone in an inspiring, audacious project to replace every kerosene lamp in Africa with small, portable solar lights by 2020.
Want to know what life in rural Malawi is like without electricity? Brave Mhonie tells us how burning a branch in your home for light is often the only solution and why solar lights in the home are changing lives. Part 1 of 3
Why do we sell solar lights? What difference do they make and how much do they cost? And why are kerosene lanterns so bad anyway? Find out all the above in our new film featuring SunnyMoney Field Coordinator, Brave Mhonie. Part 2 of 3
Brave tells us how many rural schools in Malawi bulk buy toxic and explosive kerosene fuel to light classrooms. What strain this puts on teachers, finances and how there is a much, much better option - clean, affordable and sustainable solar lights. Featuring SunnyMoney Field Coordinator, Brave Mhonie. Part 3 of 3
We began shooting 30 seconds after meeting Athmani. As filmmakers, we have a micro-footprint - in terms of resources, energy, mobility, cost - yet the images are cinematic and the sense of 'being there' is palpable.
Filmed on Chole Island, Tanzania, SolarAid's latest film tells the story of Sele, who has woken up in a new era... the solar era. A very musical promo about SolarAid's big, audacious, almost impossible goal of replacing every kerosene lamp in Africa with an affordable, sustainable, safe alternative.
SolarAid challenges 100 supporters to each raise £1000 in 2011, through a challenge of their choice! A promo movie to encourage signups.
What do you get when you combine the power of the sun, a Jackie Chan action movie and your donation? SolarAid has converted a minibus into a 4x4 sun-catching, cinema on wheels – the Solar Roller!
In Kenya, SolarAid is using a franchise system to meet the huge demand for solar products. Solar Aid has been busy recruiting and training the people who will take solar power to their communities. People like Ramonah Omukhobero.