Who we are
We are an international organization operating in more than 20 countries. At Brazil we have projects all around the five regions of the country that caused direct impact to more than 16 thousand persons. Bringing light to people and local communities that have no access to eletric energy or that live without any light on their homes. We use a simple technology, made with plastic bottles, solar panels, batteries and LED lamps.
Working with partner companies we can provide workshops, corporate volunteering and sponsored actions. All of this using an metedology of social development that provide for us a way to map, understood, trainning local residents and engaging volunteers to the actions.
Have a country where access to lighting overcomes socioeconomic and geographical barriers.
Improving people's quality of life through sustainable lighting solutions and empowering transformation agents.
WHO ARE WE
Brazilian mechanic Alfredo Moser hung the makeshift lamp on the roof of his home in 2002 during a blackout, and soon his neighbors joined the idea .
Liter of Light: the begining
The philippine Illac Diaz, creator of the My Shelter Foundation - which enables low-cost, sustainable projects - saw in the solution
invented by Moser an opportunity to help poor families in his country
and created the project
"A Liter of Light", in 2012.
Liter of Light around the world
Since then, the idea has
been applied in various
countries across the world
like: Kenya, Colombia, Honduras and now Brazil.
NOWADAYS, we HAVE three DIFFERENT SOLUTIONS
Function: to light up the indoors and outdoors.
Materials: PET bottle, solar panel, battery, LED lamps and PVC pipes.
Function: to light up the indoors during the day.
Materials: PET bottle, water and bleach.