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I rent two lamps at the kiosk so I can open my shop after sunset. My income has gone up.

Manager of a small shop in Ambohitrarivo

I charge my mobile phone at the kiosk. Before I had to walk 45 minutes to the next village.

Farmer in Andilamena

  Before my children had difficulties at school, but now it’s getting better.
One of my daughters was even accepted into secondary school.

Agricultural worker in the village of Ampano

I use a lamp to keep an eye on my cow. I feel safer now.

Farmer in Mahaditra

 Since we stopped using kerosene lamps, my children have stopped coughing.

Town hall employee in Ambondromisotra