Despite its rapid electrification program that has reached more that 90%, Vietnam still has around 1 million people with no or limited access to electricity. It is also found that electricity is becoming a heavier burden in Vietnamese household’ finances.
With such condition, energy poverty has become common and people who cannot afford to get other means of electricity must refrain from getting more power which may disrupt them to productively enhance their economy.
Donation under this program will give lights to underprivileged households in villages in An Giang, Ca Mau, and Dak Lak provinces.
With only USD 2.5 a month in electricity expenses, these communities are among the poorest in the district. The availability of Mobiya in their households will ensure that night time productive activities such as studying and cooking are possible.
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