The WakaWaka’s were distributed in a small place in Malang, called Sukun. This is a poor part of the city, where unfortunately a lot of people do not have good access to electricity. Due to power cuts, most of the people in this place live in darkness every night. Because of this and the early nightfall, the kids in this community are not able to do homework at night or simply can not read a book before they go to sleep.
The SUVONO foundation supports a school in this community with about 200 children. Marie-José Nasette, ambassador of this foundation, visited this community and school during her stay in Indonesia last july. She decided to bring each of the children a WakaWaka Light, so they can now do their homework at night and perform better in school.