Having no access to electricity, 1.2 billion people worldwide face health and economic difficulties.
Panasonic commits to be part of the solutions: Our goal is to give 100,000 solar lanterns to off-grid communities by 2018, the year of our 100th anniversary.
100 THOUSAND SOLAR LANTERNS PROJECT
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The "100 Thousand Solar Lanterns Project" at a glance
This infographic portrays the journey of the project and the social issues that people in off-grid areas face, the characteristics of solar lanterns, and the benefits that they bring.read more
[Voice] No more studying in the dark! : World Vision Vietnam
Commitments to Africa: How Panasonic tackles social issues in off-grid areas
Our Donation for Fiscal 2016 Kicked Off in Ethiopia and Tanzania!
[News] 2,400 Solar Lanterns Donated for Internally Displaced Persons in Ethiopia
The First Donation in Bangladesh, Supporting Children in Off-Grid Areas
[Voice] Supporting Education for Indigenous Children: ICAN
First Donation by Panasonic Employees: 500 Lanterns to Indonesia
Supporting both Refugees and People in Host Communities: UNHCR Representation in DR Congo
[Voice] Solar Lanterns Help Fight Malaria and Preserve World Heritage in the Philippines
Supporting People Left Behind by Development in Cambodia, Vietnam, and India