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All-Lights Village Project

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All-Lights Village (ALV) is a long-term community development program of Global Peace Development. The project combines solar technology with clean water solutions, education, income generation and public-private partnerships to improve the overall quality of life in measurable ways.

Project Details

The introduction of solar energy has a significant impact on the quality of life in impoverished communities. Access to a clean, dependable light source in the hours of darkness results in improvements in security, education, business, and health. When solar lights are introduced as part of a comprehensive effort to foster self-reliance on the family level, that impact is magnified and community resilience is enhanced.
 
ALV works with communities in developing nations to identify development priorities and the ways on which solar energy can best be utilized to address those priorities. To that end it seeks to raise self-reliant owners of local communities supported by international donors motivated by the same vision.

How you can help: Become a sponsor of a village or family today!

Latest News

Global Peace Foundation Philippines officially turned over the Improved Livelihood Center for Organic Mushroom Production to Sitio Tamale of Bongabon, Nueva Ecija in December 2021 as a culmination of an All-Lights Village project.
Published on 14/04/2022
All-Lights Village is a long-term community development program that has been transforming rural areas for more than a decade through solar technology, clean water solutions, education, income generation, and public and private partnerships to improve the overall quality of life in measurable way
Published on 09/03/2022
“Organic agriculture considers the medium and long-term effect of agricultural intervention in the ecosystem where management of resources—the soil, air, water—and biodiversity is always in accordance with the principles of bal
Published on 18/01/2022
In an age where electricity is a part of our daily lives—from powering lights to charging our mobile devices—it is unimaginable to know that there are still many families living in off-grid villages with little to no electricity.
Published on 21/09/2021
by Lauren Chew, Communications Officer, GPF MalaysiaImagine taking care of your family and doing household chores in a pitch-dark surrounding. With little to no access to electricity, this is the reality for many Orang Asli women in remote areas in Malaysia.
Published on 12/07/2021
Few families in Rantau Panjang village of rural Malaysia own generators to power their everyday appliances, especially at night. Many families have to rely on kerosene lamps and candles for light in the evenings after the sunsets.
Published on 25/03/2021