Add-on Stand (for Little Sun Charge)

Transform your Little Sun Charge into a stylish lamp with a specially-made stand

Little Sun Charge is not only a high-performance solar charger but it’s also a powerful solar light. Use the stand to make the Charge work for you: as a desk lamp, a reading lamp, a lamp for garden parties or for cooking at the campsite and charging your phone at the same time!

Little Sun Charge

Little Sun Charge is a high-performance solar charger with 4400 mAh, featuring a robust inbuilt lamp that frees you from the grid. It brings the power of the sun to your phone, MP3 player, camera, or e-reader: wherever you are, whenever you need it.

Designed by artist Olafur Eliasson and developed by engineer Frederik Ottesen, Little Sun Charge packs both beauty and style into this robust, unique power pack. Take the power of the sun with you wherever you go!

Little Sun Original

The power of the sun in the palm of your hand

Artist Olafur Eliasson and engineer Frederik Ottesen developed Little Sun Original to bring clean, affordable light to the 1.1 billion people worldwide living without electricity in ‘off-grid’ areas.

The iconic high-quality portable solar lamp is the perfect introduction to personal solar-powered light – it’s great for camping, festivals, at the beach, or for brightening your home, garden, or balcony.

Kids love the lamp – as a nightlight or for playtime – which makes it easy to teach them about sustainable living.

Featuring a dimmer, you can easily adjust the brightness of the lamp to what you need. 5 hours of charging in the sun produces more than 50 hours of light at the dimmest setting or 4 hours at the brightest setting.

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Pascal Niyonkuru

Pascal Niyonkuru holds a Master degree and a PhD

candidate in Development studies from Coventry University, with 7 years working experience in

Gender and community development areas. He possesses a strong experience in activities that

focus on gender and poverty reduction in developing countries, particularly in Rwanda, Burundi,

Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, DRC, Congo and South Sudan. He has been working with local NGOs

and marginalized groups including women and low-income households to:

  • Identify gender issues, suggest remediation measures and incorporate them into the

    project design.

  • Identify modalities through which the projects can effectively promote the poor, vulnerable

    groups and women’s greater access to energy resources, services and economic

    opportunities.

  • Prepare poverty reduction and social strategy, and gender action plan.
  • Conduct poverty analysis and pro-poor impacts within the project area and present findings

    in the summary poverty reduction and social strategy template

    Furthermore, Pascal has an experience in capacity building activities that focus on a broad range of

    organisational areas, including strategic planning, human resource development, communications and

    engagement, project management and policy-making by:

  • Supporting capacity building of local organisations (human resource planning, strategic

    planning to effectively lead, implement, monitor and evaluate a funded programme.

  • Assisting local organisations to develop formal written policies and procedures on proper

    segregation of duties.

  • Training NGO staff on written policies and procedures to ensure that operating practices and

    procedures comply with the organisation’s written policies.

  • Providing training and technical assistance on a variety of activities related to interpersonal

    and strategic communication, such as: developing a communication strategy, delivering a

    presentation, developing policy briefs, communicating with decision makers/policy makers,

    working with the mass media, developing press releases and building networking.