Improving Access to Renewable Energy for Malaysia’s Orang Asli Families

Eric Olsen
September 21, 2021

In an age where electricity is a part of our daily lives—from powering lights to charging our mobile devices—it is unimaginable to know that there are still many families living in off-grid villages with little to no electricity.

To improve access to energy, Global Peace Foundation Malaysia introduced a cost effective and easy-to-use SunKing Home solar lights to address the daily energy needs of indigenous Orang Asli families. After installing solar lamps and phone chargers in 63 households across 6 Orang Asli villages in Pahang, 63 families are now able to illuminate their homes at night.

Read the full report from Global Peace Foundation Malaysia.

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