Based in the Philippines, the aim of this project is to offer an affordable and sustainable source of lighting to those living in poverty in the Philippines. Our solution uses a water and bleach solution in a plastic bottle to refract sunlight producing light during the day, and a built in battery powered LED light at night. The solar lights we provide are to replace the current Kerosene lamps which are unsafe.
Based in Malawi, the aim of this project is to help beneficiaries turn leftover mango into dried fruit which could be sold, using a solar dryer. We have designed a new fruit drier and once this has been built and is up and running, we will be training our beneficiaries on how to produce, market and sell the dried mango which can provide them with a stable and sustainable income to support themselves and their families.
Based in Brazil, this project uses bagasse (a product of sugar cane which is often wasted) to make food containers and other products. The aim of this project is to reduce food waste, whilst also providing our beneficiaries with an income.
King's College Project
This is a project taking place at King’s College Guildford, a local secondary school. The aim of this project is to help raise aspirations and increase the confidence of the children through a day event which involves business tasks, and an after-school club which will help them build their skills. The winning team in the day event will receive work experience with one of our supporting businesses.
For past projects take a look at our annual reports by clicking here!