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One Child One Light (OCOL) Programme
Transcript of One Child One Light (OCOL) Programme
villages in the country do not have access to electricity
Some of the villages connected to grid face the problem of erratic power supply
School children living in these villages have to necessarily depend on kerosene lanterns/wicker lamps to study at night
Kerosene is a volatile fuel and can explode and cause burn injuries if not handled properly
Kerosene lanterns emit soot and toxic fumes which are harmful to eyes and also cause breathing problems
Other problems of use of kerosene
- high cost, health risks, unsafe, poor illumination and carbon emissions
There are more than
130 million such children in India alone. They need to be helped for their development and in turn development of the country
Solar LED Study Lights give 30 times brighter light than a kerosene lamp
Each Kerosene Lantern consumes about 3.6 litres of kerosene a month which costs a family 45 rupees (USD 0.75) and the government 90 rupees (USD 1.5) .
The LED Study Lights promoted by OCOL use 1 watt solar panel for charging at zero cost
Each Kerosene Lantern emits about 30 Kgs of Carbon dioxide (CO2) every year when used for 2-3 hours per day
OCOL Study Lights have reached 1 Million Children. As a result, every year…
litres of kerosene is saved
tonnes of CO2 emissions are prevented
The State exchequer saves nearly
rupees (USD 23.6 Million) which can be put to better use
There are still many miles to go
Help an underprivileged child get a Solar LED Study Light
Be part of the initiative to reach the unreached MILLIONS
An initiative of Thrive Solar Energy Pvt Ltd, Hyderabad
Thrive Solar Energy
a leading manufacturer of Solar LED Home Lighting Systems and a Channel Partner of
initiated the One Child One Light (OCOL) program in 2009
OCOL has a mission of reaching every underprivileged child in the country through provision of safe, clean and low cost Solar LED Study Lights
Use of Solar LED Study Light
Gives extra study hours for children
Eliminates use of kerosene
Brings down CO2 emission
Saves precious foreign exchange for the country
Laksha Velugulu Initiative
Laksha Velugulu Palamur takes off at ZPHS Kanchirao Palli on Children's Day. All students from 10th Standard given LED Lights
103 Children from ZPHS Tadoor, Palamuru get LED Study Lights to help them in their studies
Children from KGBV Adoni proudly display their new solar LED study lights sponsored by TELSA
Massive programme launched on 14th Nov 2014 (Children's Day) to distribute 100,000 Solar Study Lights to students studying in 8th, 9th, and 10th classes of Government schools in each district.
This amounts to a saving of Rs. 216 crores (USD 36 Million) on kerosene spending