The video quality is very raw. It was shot by our partner on the ground, Save the Children, in the midst of the humanitarian crisis in Niger. Here, a teacher tells us how Little Sun has greatly helped him in helping children to continue their studies in spite of the harsh conditions.
"My name is Elhadji Aminami. The distribution of this lamp by your organization has been very beneficial for us, our community and for the studies of our children. When we happen to have visitors at night, we use this same lamp to light the space and talk in groups. Midwives also use it to help women give birth. We light it up in our rooms for the whole night until dawn. It's very easy to recharge and use. Look, just put it on this pottery and let it charge four to five hours in the sun without incurring any expense. Using it is really free."