Solar energy is leapfrogging the electric grid.

Throughout the developing world, mobile phone are penetrating places that never had landlines. Now, solar energy is poised to make the same leap over traditional electric grids.

SunFarmer offers affordable and risk-free solar energy systems for health, education, and water projects.

We are also currently supporting earthquake relief efforts in Nepal through our Nepal Relief and Reconstruction Fund.  All donations to the fund go directly towards installing electricity generation systems that provide free power and lighting to health clinics, hospitals, and other critical infrastructure supporting relief and recovery efforts.

NOW POWERING: OdaKids Health Clinic and Educational Center

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note: the Foundation is located hundreds of miles west of the earthquake epicentre, and thankfully, emerged from this tragedy unscathed. 

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Kamna, Nepal



OdaKids Foundation provides healthcare and education for children of the Kalikot region of Nepal.

The facility has no grid connectivity, and currently relies on infrequent diesel deliveries to power a generator. 2.2 kW of solar will allow the foundation to expand educational programs and better serve their community.

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Imagine a hospital with no electricity. No surgery, no lab equipment, no emergency care after sunset. Or a school with no computers, printers, or internet access.

Community institutions in developing countries need more affordable and reliable sources of energy.

Many health clinics and schools are located far from the reach of electrical grids, and rely on diesel generators for power. But diesel prices are skyrocketing, and generators are polluting and unreliable. 

Solar is an ideal solution. It can be built in remote areas without laying miles of electric cables or continually trucking in diesel fuel. And combined with batteries, it delivers energy even when the sun isn't shining.