Safe Light for Nigerian Families Caught in Crisis

WakaWaka and Oxfam Novib are collaborating on a project in Nigeria and your WakaWaka purchase can help bring safe, sustainable light to people fleeing the extremist group, Boko Haram. Read about what safe, sustainable light means to the lives of families caught in crisis.

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Co-founder lands on Dutch Sustainability 100.

CONGRATULATIONS! Our very own Co-Founder, Maurits Groen was named #1 most sustainable person in the Netherlands by the Dutch newspaper Trouw. 

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One Million Lives Empowered

We are immensely proud to announce that we have now helped bring light and power to more than 1,000,000 people living without access to electricity.

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🔅 We Have Some Great News 🔅

We have exciting news! The WakaWaka Power+, the world’s most efficient, durable and compact portable solar flashlight and charger, arrived this week and is now back in stock.

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Save the Children shines light on Vanuatu

In March 2015 Cyc­lone Pam hit the South Pa­cific ar­chipelago of Vanuatu. WakaWaka’s Agents of Light and our NGO partner, Save the Children, distributed 1,200 WakaWaka lights to Vanuatuans who lost their homes in the natural disaster.

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PRIORITY PREORDER the WakaWaka Base

Beginning TODAY you can pre-order your WakaWaka Base and join the solar revolution. The Base represents the evolution of portable solar power: the ultimate all-in-one compact first aid kit for when the sun goes down and the lights go out.

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Your Impact in Syria

In 2013 we worked with the IRC to launch the wildly successful Solar for Syria campaign. Read about how more than 82,000 WakaWakas are still used by thousands of refugees today.

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Replacement

Given our love for the sun, we find ourselves in the slightly bizarre position of informing our family, friends and other Agents of Light that its powerful rays may cause an – ahem – slight “sunburn”.

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Introducing Load Shedding

In the digital age, it is difficult to visualize development without electricity. Apart from the availability of energy, the quality of energy is also very important. Let’s introduce you to the topic
‘load shedding.’

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An Update from the Dogon Women

The Dogon women in Mali have been making great use of their WakaWakas and it has become an integral part of their lives. The WakaWaka Light saves them money and with it they can also make more money. Now they can work and their children can study in the evenings. 

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