Solar Lantern


Light up their lives

We all know how quickly things get tough if we have a power-cut.

In a country like Cambodia, remote communities often don’t have any access to electricity at all. Even if they do, it can be unreliable.

That’s why your gift of a Solar Lantern is so important. It can be used as:

  • ceiling light for cooking and eating together
  • desk light so children can do homework
  • torch so the whole family can move around safely.

The lantern takes 6 hours to charge, and can work for 9 hours on medium strength.

It’s also waterproof and includes a 5m cable.

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