Through the “Ilaw ng Pangarap Mo, Sagot Ko” project of DepEd Misamis Oriental, 368 solar lamps were distributed in selected public schools in the municipalities of Claveria, Lagonglong and Balingasag.
TSEP is a social enterprise established in the Philippines with the main mission of “bringing light in the lives of our Kababayans”. Thrive Solar Energy Philippines is a leading manufacturer and now, distributor in the Philippines of Solid State (LED based) Lighting Systems and Solar Power Packs since 2007 in India with innovative designs and features and is now here in the Philippines.
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Last July 14, the team of Thrive Solar Energy Philippines along with DepEd took a trip to the relatively remote schools of San Ysro Elementary and Libis Elementary in Antopolo, Rizal. Located in the lush mountains of Antipolo in Rizal, the schools can only be reached from Manila after crossing several rivers and a series of rough roads. Thrive donated solar lamps to these schools’ students so that they would be able to further their studies without the worry of an unreliable power grid. This was part of an outreach program that partners DepEd and Thrive Solar Energy, the goal being to give lights to children in need, kids who often are left to rely on non-electric lighting.
Solar Lamps – Towards Enhanced Learning
At the event, Usec Mario Deriquito impart a valueble message to the students and later on introduced TSEP as the Key Partners of the programs followed by a meaningful message from Rumy Mohta, TSEP main principal. Rumy imparted the value of how TSEP lights can help in enhancing the kids learning process with the use and access to lights since most of them were of off-grid in their household. Not only for their studies, these solar lamps would also be useful in their everyday chores and activities.
At Thrive Solar Energy Philippines, we believe it is our responsibility to help those who are less fortunate than ourselves. As such, we plan to partner with DepEd and other organizations in the future on projects similar to this most recent example.
Thrive Solar Energy Philippines, is a social enterprise providing solar solutions starting from bottom of the pyramid consumers. We are a leading manufacturer of LED based lighting products, solar lamps, solar lanterns, solar power packs, street lights, and solar pumps.
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Metro Manila, Philippines – In an effort to promote the need for sustainable energy source to the indigent Filipino families, Thrive Solar Energy Philippines (TSEP), has donated Solar LED lights to Gawad Kalinga (GK) villages last August 2, 2014. This is the first of many partnership activities of TSEP and GK in helping to alleviate poverty in the country. The aim is not just to lower down household and per capita expenditure by replacing non-renewable to solar-powered light source, but also to ultimately provide job opportunities to the unemployed in the marginalized sector.
After concluding an ocular visit last June 2014, TSEP representatives, spearheaded by TSEP Director, Rumy Mohta, Thrive Solar Energy Promoter, Sohrab Kakalia, and local partner, Mark Caringal, arranged for a donation activity to select GK sites which most needed renewable light source. Two villages, GK Bulaklakan and GK Cox Payatas, were thereby nominated by GK Head of Special Projects, Jose Ma. “Boy” Montelibano, and GK Social Enterprise and Coordinator, Raul Dizon. More than 100 families from both GK villages benefitted from the contributions made by TSEP on the 2nd of August. This joint effort is a response to the call for improved living of the urban poor.
Moving forward, TSEP together with GK, aims to partner with various corporations in their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs to continuously “light up” the lives of our kababayan. TSEP will also be providing sustainable job opportunities to companies and individuals who would like to partake in this endeavor as localized distributors or retailers.