What do they do?
SunnyMoney is a microfranchise brand which uses a technique called microsolar to bring light to the poor across East Africa whilst creating jobs and offering an alternative to kerosene lighting.
How are they social?
SunnyMoney is sustainable. Micro-finance loans mean entrepreneurs can buy microsolar lighting products and sell them to their local community, which descreases dependence on costly and polluting kerosene lighting while creating employment.
|Address:||Unit 2, Third Floor, Pride Court, London, GB, N1 9PF|
|Phone:||+44 (0)207 278 8500|
|Social benefit:||Climate change, Developing countries, Poverty alleviation, Climate change, Developing countries, Poverty alleviation,|
|Certifications:||Not Applicable, Not Applicable,|
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