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Solar Light for Africa

Solar Light for Africa, Ltd. ("SLA") began its program in 1997 with the electrification of the Mustard Seed Babies Home in Hoima, Uganda. Since that time, SLA has been providing rural electrification and clean water to villages, health clinics, schools, and other public facilities using solar technology to help the poorest of the poor combat hunger, improve health care, increase educational opportunities and foster micro-enterprisedevelopment. Our program has had its greatest impact on the lives of women and children in Uganda, Rwanda, northern Tanzania and Liberia. We have also completed projects in Ethiopia and Ghana. To date, SLA has installed over 2,400 systems.

Will Redfield can be contacted about joining in a casual evening to learn about Solar Light for Africa (SLA) and to meet SLA's Executive Director, Katherine Lucey, who will share with us the latest news about SLA's achievements and how we can make a difference to change the world from Chicago.

The event is Thursday, November 20, 2008 from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm at The Spread Bar & Grill (2476 North Lincoln Ave, Chicago). To RSVP, click here:
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