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Nepal's Light

Earthquake 2015

Nepal was hard hit by earthquake in the year 2015. The devastating disaster took almost ten thousand lives. It was the very moment CEO Madindra Aryal decided to do something for the community and the entire nation.

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Nepal's Light

The Kathmandu Post

When a huge earthquake hit his hometown in Nepal in 2015, Madindra Aryal and his family had to stay in tents without electricity. He and his neighbors lived in complete darkness at night, and they could not charge their cellphones, which meant they were unable to contact worried family members. From that experience, Mr. Aryal, a 26-year-old electronics engineer, came up with an idea: Why not try to produce a solar-powered cellphone charger, one that would be inexpensive enough that Nepalese villagers could afford it?

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Nepal's Light

Fast Company

Following the massive earthquake in Nepal last year, engineer Madindra Aryal wanted to help people who’d seen their homes destroyed. His idea: a portable solar panel that provides enough power to run two LED lights, a phone charger, and a small battery.

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