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Solar lights for three Primary Schools

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Solar Buddies, an Australian NPO donated 3000 solar lights to Adopt-a-School Foundation, as part of the 2018 Global Citizen campaign. These lights were sponsored by Flight Centre Foundation. A portion of the lights were given to learners whom attended the Thari Christmas Party in December 2018, whilst another portion was donated to the learners of Sengana Primary School in April 2019 and in June 2019; 950 lights were donated to all the learners and staff at Ingweniphaphama, Lembe and Enhlanhleni Primary School.

A Flight Centre Foundation ambassador was present at the handover. The solar lights are lightweight, durable and will assist learners to do their homework and walk to/from school safely. These three schools were chosen because of the communities’ lack of access to electricity and safe lighting in homes.

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