More than 90% of those living without electricity are in sub-Saharan Africa and they are predominantly in rural areas (around 80% of the world total).
With ASTEVEN solar light, Life changes. These clean lightings are safe, clean and affordable. They give 6 – 15 hours of light in the evening so families can earn, learn and feel safe in the dark.
Akpoyibo Green Foundation also known as ASTEVEN (AS) Foundation is a pioneer in Africa charity projects. Our aim is to combats energy poverty and climate change in Africa remote region.
We provide access to clean lights in some of the poorest regions of Nigeria, Cameroon, Rwanda and Liberia through our social enterprise, we have also develop our clean energy network in the following categories
- Capacity Development.
- Community Support Program.
We believe in creating sustainable future through Schools, Churches, NGOs, sponsors and partnership.
AS Foundation provides the knowledge, tools and inspiration needed to encourage the individual actions led group that add up to positive environmental change. We work for a clean climate and clean energy projects/program – and to help reach these green goals, we foster, educate and support clean leaders.
Our sustainability programs are all free and are designed to make it easy for young professionals to impact sustainability development in their communities or villages.
AKPOYIBO GREEN PROJECTS.
The hope of clean source of Lighting is a reality with AS Foundation, touching and changing lives in the rural regions of Africa countries. All projects we embarked on is to help humanity out of energy poverty and to fight climate change in line with United Nation SDGs.
The Hope Out of Energy Poverty Campaign.
Light up Naija Campaign
ONE CHILD one lamp campaign
Serving the public interest by helping to build strong, clean energy economy
Operation kick out toxic Kerosene and candle light out of rural villages
Africa is the Darkest continent
Millions of Africa villages do not have access to electricity. Without electricity families have no clean source of light, leaving millions to rely on wood fuel and dangerous alternatives.
All Villages uses traditional made kerosene lamps which are poor source of lighting; these lamps emit toxic black carbon, eating up to 20% of family’s income and are extremely hazardous to human health.
Over 600 Million of African Children can’t study at night, the working day ends prematurely at 6:00 pm and indoor air pollution presents a serious health hazard.