Suryoday

Why Mission Suryoday?

In India Rural electrification is a pressing problem. More than 29 Crore people do not have access to the energy needed for lighting, especially for those living outside major cities. Without electricity, poor communities are limited in their ability to enhance their income, improve food security, educate their children, and maintain good health. A lack of electricity also contributes to social unrest and inequity by often burdening women with physically taxing activities and reducing the safety of communities at night.
Today, there are large areas of the country where less than half the population lacks access to electricity, and hours of electricity available from the main grid are below the national average. States with low access to electricity also have the highest rate of overall poverty.

Our Goal

With Mission Suryoday, we pledge to provide access to clean, renewable and reliable solar light to as many poor families as possible.

As a part of this initiative, we will donate solar lamps to families who lack access to clean lighting solutions. With the generous support of people like you, we will be able to help many of these families and individuals to lighten their homes, which will ultimately result in better standard of living and a healthy sound society.

How can you help?

  • Sponsor solar lantern(s).
  • Help us finding the needy families.
  • Contribute as per your capability, multiple contributions may add to the cost of one Lantern.
  • To participate fill this volunteer form.

Solar Lanterns

D.Light S2 LED Solar Light S2_FrontAngle_Large

Key Features

  • Solar Powered
  • LED
  • 20 Lumens
  • Charging Indicator
  • Carry Handle
  • Wall Mountable

Price: Rs. 450

Available on Flipkart.com

List of Donors

Mission Suryoday Stories

9 thoughts on “Suryoday

  1. Ashish Barot says:

    Hi Amol, very good initiative.

    All the best and good luck.

    I can contribute as much as time, every week / month. ( Min – 4-5 hours every week )

    Best Regards,
    Ashish B Barot.

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