Testimonies
Lighting In Nairobi Slums

"The people who live in the slums around Nairobi and other towns of our country require special attention.”
- His Excellency Hon. Mwai Kibaki, C.G.H., M.P., President of the Republic of Kenya.
read more »

Click Here for an evaluation report from Steadman Group on the lighting initiative in Nairobi by Adopt A Light.


valuation report from Steadman Group on the evaluation of the lighting initiative in Nairobi by Adopt A Light.

Testimonials
News Letter
Click To Subscribe
Sponsor
Price list for light poles and billboards
Search Website 
Testimonies


“The people who live in the slums around Nairobi and other towns of our country require special attention.”

His Excellency Hon. Mwai Kibaki, C.G.H., M.P.,
President of the Republic of Kenya.

“The incidence of crime, robbery and gang violence, as well as gender based domestic violence; undermine both macro and micro economic growth and productivity of a country’s development, as well as societal and individual well-being”

Dr. Anna K. Tibaijuka, The Executive Director,
UN Habitat

“Every human being is entitled to shelter, food, water, clean environment and security as a fundamental human right, to realize their optimum potential”

Hon. Musikari Kombo, E.G.H, M.P. Minister for Local Government.

“For many, many years, Nairobi residents have been in the dark. They have walked dark streets, driven in dark roads, lived in dark estates. But for the first time since forever; they can see light…let there be light from Adopt a light”

Waithaka Waihenya, Editor, Face the Facts Columnist
The East African Standard.

“Lighting up the slums is a unique, touching and a well meaning contribution.
All residents neighbouring slum areas should support the ‘Light is Life’ initiative by Adopt A Light.” Stephen Mutoro, C.E.O., Kenya Alliance of Residents Associations
(KARA)

“Cities are the core of economic growth in the long term. It is only that people are either not finding productive employment for income generation or lack the necessary infrastructure or both.”

Jeffrey D. Sachs, Secial Advisor to UN Secretary General (Koffi Annan)
on the Millennium Development Goals.


 
 
 
|Privacy Policy | Site Map © 2006-2017 Adopt A Light | Re-Done by Crawley Obara