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clean energy means clean water

20 installations in under 20 days

The main causes of the water and sanitation crisis are the depletion and poor quality of Gaza’s single coastal aquifer, which is the source of most of the water in Gaza. Today 97 per cent of this water is unfit for human consumption based on World Health Organization (WHO) standards. To that end, we are powering water treatment and desalination plants across Gaza to provide people with drinkable water.

01 Khuzaa Desalination

This plant serves a unique purpose. Located near the eastern borders of Khanyounis, more than ten farms depend on our system for irrigation.

02shajaret dor

This desalination plant is located inside one of the main schools in Khanyounis, where almost 2000 children get their elementary education. The people of this area have no clean water to drink, and if it exists, it is very expensive for them.

access to energy = access to education

edcuational facility in Shujaaya

This centre is located in a very poor village Shujaaya. In 2014, this village was destroyed and thousands of families have lost their houses. This centre is benefiting more than 250 children with its activities and classes every month. The solar system provides this centre the power to run lights, computers, fans and other educational devices.

04 medical equipment

The Tafesh family's youngest son, Yousef, has kidney failure, and depends on a dialysis machine for more than 10 hours a day. While his home has only a few hours of electricity. Yousef had to go to the hospital everyday. Thus, he had no time to see his friends and family. SunBox provided him a solar system that provides him 24/7 electricity. Now he can run his machine home, and play with the kids.

street lights = less accidents

driving at night

What makes Sekka street links two large neighborhoods with 4 mosques, 2 clinics, 3 pharmacies, and 5 supermarkets. We worked with local community engineers to design a system to make it safe for the 4000+ residents to drive at night, especially in the rainy days, when the streets become muddy and full of puddles.

06 soccer at night

Jablia is home to 350+ families who struggled during the war. The residents of this village try to stay indoors during the hot days they live near the beach and only 14 m above sea level. So during the night, when its cooler out, our solar powered street lights allow for the community to socialize.

07 Beauty Center

Yes, we also consider facilitating community spaces as impact. A salon is not just a place where a girl gets her hair done; its a safe space for her to vent about any emotional or domestic abuse she is undergoing; and a networking opportunity for some.