Electricity plays an extremely important role in modern life. However, as of 2021, 759 million people were living in the dark.
We can support families who are energy poor. Making electricity available for rural communities like in the indigenous Orang Asli villages of Malaysia increases productivity, encourages education progression of children and increases overall household financial savings. In a nutshell, electrification reduces poverty.
Your donation would supply clean energy to indigenous families using Pico Solar PV Technology.
Our mission is to empower rural indigeous communities by equipping them with pico solar pv technology which are not only cost effective, but also energy efficient.
Our potential beneficiaries no longer have to be exposed to noise and smog pollutants from generators, constantly having to purchase petrol and lighting lamps. In fact, numerous studies have also found that access to electricity is associated with better school outcomes as students are able to study later into the night.
We have identified 151 families within Peninsular Malaysia that have been living off-grid for the past 3 generations. Your donation will ultimately benefit rural indigenous communities who, throughout generations, have not had access to electricity.
Specifically, we are targeting 6 villages within Peninsular Malaysia that would greatly benefit from the installation of solar panels. These communities are :
Sungai Perangin Village, Perak
Kolam Village, Perak
Langkap Tanjung Ipoh Village, Negeri Sembilan
Pucur Village, Johor
Hanir Village, Kelantan
Sempar Village, Pahang
Raised of MYR 135,000.00 target.
SOLS 24/7 is an award-winning humanitarian organization, committed to empowering communities. Through various education and social empowerment programs, we work unconditionally towards transforming underserved communities to develop their true potential and break the cycle of poverty. Our organization provides free education and social empowerment programs to underserved communities in Malaysia. We have trained over 450,000 students and established over 100 training centers around Malaysia.