These designer sunglasses create 1,000 hours of education in central Africa for each pair sold

These new UK designer sunglasses donate essential solar lamps to families in Malawi, Zambia and Uganda creating over 1,000 hours of study time each.

Without the lamps children and parents use toxic, expensive homemade kerosene lamps which are a poor light source. The donated lamps come via UK charity SolarAid and give off hours of light so families can earn, learn and feel safe after dark.

The sunglasses themselves are made from reusable ethical materials. They range from Featherlight hand-finished bamboo to the Multiply traditional laminated wood and the Strata wood and aluminium fusion.

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