The Samay Foundation works in the poorest and most isolated areas of Bolivia. The focus is on the Bolivian highlands, but they also work in remote areas in the lowlands. They have distributed solar lights in all areas of Bolivia. One example is the province of Sacaca, 4.000 meters above sea level and one of the poorest provinces of Bolivia. Only a few crops grow here, such as Quinoa and potatoes. Almost all children are malnourished due to a one-sided diet and the land appears desolate due to extensive erosion. The WakaWaka Lights replace Kerosene lights, which have harmful fumes (to inhale), which course burns and which have the permanent costs of kerosine. The WakaWaka Light not only improves the health of the recipients, but also saves them money.