WakaWaka: This time we’re in ______?

 WakaWakas are being put to good use by Haitians, Dogon women, Syrian refugees and other individuals in emerging societies. During the Buy One, Give One campaign, many WakaWakas also went to developed societies.

Throughout the summer holidays WakaWakas are packed into backpacks, crammed into suitcases and placed in handbags in order to be placed in the holiday sun upon arrival. The WakaWaka community has been taking these mobile chargers around the world, providing these units with a traveller’s passport that many would be envious of.

Below you can find a compilation of these images. If you have some that you’d like to share, please email them to elanna@waka-waka.com

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