You cannot change the whole world, but you can change the world of one person, one family, or one community. In this article, you will learn about Rays4Hope, a young solar energy NGO from Washington D.C. run by high school students. The initiative is on the ambitious mission to provide electricity to as many rural communities in Bangladesh, Ghana, and Madagascar as possible. Within a year of its founding, the NGO has installed 36 solar panels that provide access to education and daily activities after sunset for 36 families. Saif Nasr, the 17-year-old founder of Rays4Hope, shares his journey from one eye-opening encounter with a Moroccan family to running his own solar energy NGO.
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