They have been shedding light on energy poverty for years. And now these bright ideas have brought Liter of Light to their largest adventure yet.
They call it Journey of Light — a one-month road trip with stops in thirteen U.S. states, and the potential to reach and teach thousands more.
“It is the biggest and longest tour so far,” says Julian Rodriguez, Prodigy ACE multimedia, content head. “Every place that we go to, we’ll be teaching people how to build solar lights.”
This week on Tech Discovery, I take a look at a Filipino non-profit Liter of Light, and how it has used technology’s power to transform lives at the grassroots level.
Born out of the Philippines, the global movement followed the devastation left behind by Supertyphoon Haiyan in 2011.