The six Australian youth have changed the lives of children living in slums near Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru as they have managed to brighten their lives with solar lamps. Six years back, the children in this slum would face a tough time studying in the flickering light of kerosene lamp at night while watching the CFC and LED bulbs in nearby highrises.
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The families of these children would find it difficult to afford kerosene for the study of their children, but thanks to the Australian group of youth, they all now study under solar lamps. The endeavour has been, in fact, expanded over the years, covering 6,600 families in various slums of Bengaluru.
“Three of our friends were moved by the plight of these children during their stay in India. They thought of doing something for them and subsequently started distributing solar lamps in slum areas. Three other compatriots joined us and together we formed a social enterprise, Pollinate Energy,” says Alexie Seller, one of the six Australians who are spreading cheer in they city’s slums.