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Solar Eco Light (SEL)

Helping the Underprivileged Community

In Sabah there is still a lot of area that has yet to have access to electricity especially roadside in rural areas. The risk of accident occurrence in such dark areas may be lessen if the roadside hazard visibility is increased by supplying an enough amount of road lighting. Providing rural communities with this solar eco light not only helps them but also we can reusing plastic water bottles and gives it a new life rather than going into the trash or being sent off to be recycled. 

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Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS)
RM 321.90
Goal: RM 271.00
Fund Approved by MSF: RM 3,000.00

Overview of Issue / Background

In Sabah there is still a lot of area that has yet to have access to electricity especially roadside in rural areas. The risk of accident occurrence in such dark areas may be lessen if the roadside hazard visibility is increased by supplying an enough amount of road lighting. Providing rural communities with this solar eco light not only helps them but also we can reusing plastic water bottles and gives it a new life rather than going into the trash or being sent off to be recycled.

 

Project Objectives (Vision & Mission)

  1. To create an eco friendly environment where less energy is used
  2. To promote the use of solar energy in lighting.
  3. To create a solar powered eco light
  4. To provide light for roadside at rural areas
  5. To provide light in darklite areas at night.

Project Details (Activities and Tasks)

 

Expected Project Result & Outcomes

  1. To create a convenient light source for Kg. Papaga , Papar communities
  2. To give people a sense of security while they pass through darklite places.
  3. To form a unity among the people as they are responsible in taking care of these solar lights.
  4. To give a sense of awareness to the people on the benefits of solar based products.
  5. To encourage the use of recycled products such as plastic bottles in village communities, as plastic bottles are utilized as the body for these solar light products.
  6. A fully usable and convenient solar light are installed along the roadside for the communities.

    Figure 1 : Expected Outcomes for Solar Eco Light Project
  7. Figure 2 : Kg. Papaga, Papar
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RM 321.90

118% of RM271.00 Goal

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