Spotlight on Burkina Faso: Maternal Health

Burkina Faso is a landlocked country in West Africa with a population of just under 16 million. Burkina Faso has one of the lowest GDP per capita figures in the world, $634 USD (World Bank).

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On Tour: India, Bangladesh, Sri-Lanka, New York

We’ve been busy travelling around the world for many meetings with influential individuals in order to spread the word about WakaWaka. The WakaWaka team has been to India, Bangladesh, Singapore and the United States in the past month. It was a whirlwind tour with many exciting possibilities and excited people along the way. Please pull up a seat and sit in on the following meetings!

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WakaWaka in Italia

Benvenuto! We are very excited to welcome you to look around our new Italian website.  The new WakaWaka website address is it.waka-waka.com.

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Why Invest in Women?

If you're looking for an economic solution that solves poverty at every level of a community, invest in women! Find out why we have such a focus, the partners we're working with to make women empowerment and reality, and the tremendously transformational impact it's having around the world, from Nigeria to Nepal to North Carolina!

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Impact map

During the past few weeks our team has been working on the WakaWaka Impact Map. An innovative new way to provide you with insight into the positive impact our products are making around the world.

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Passes Test with Flying Colors!

The WakaWaka Light has undergone quality testing and meets Lighting Africa's recommended performance targets.

 

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The Impact of Words

Dicover student's inspiring stories that teach us the real value of these solar solutions.

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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.

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Night Lights

WakaWakas are lighting up the night in Mali where the sun sets at 6 p.m. Now there is no more need for women to sit in darkness; unable to work or socialize. It also eliminates the need for using toxic and hazardous kerosene lamps.

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Grid Earth and WakaWaka Share Solar Lamps to Transform Lives

“I have nothing to give you, but I want you to know how precious this gift is that you gave me. Last night, we sat down and I read my children a story for the first time. I work from sun up to sun down.”

This is just one of the positive comments coming from one of the many men whose lives have been transformed thanks to new high-performance lamp technology, courtesy of Grid Earth.

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