Global Activism: Bringing Light to Survivors of Cyclone Idai

A woman receives an oral cholera vaccination at a camp for displaced survivors of cyclone Idai in Beira, Mozambique, Wednesday, April, 3, 2019. A cholera vaccination campaign is kicking off to reach nearly 900,000 cyclone survivors in Mozambique as officials rush to contain an outbreak of the disease.
A woman receives an oral cholera vaccination at a camp for displaced survivors of cyclone Idai in Beira, Mozambique, Wednesday, April, 3, 2019. A cholera vaccination campaign is kicking off to reach nearly 900,000 cyclone survivors in Mozambique as officials rush to contain an outbreak of the disease. Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi / AP Photo
A woman receives an oral cholera vaccination at a camp for displaced survivors of cyclone Idai in Beira, Mozambique, Wednesday, April, 3, 2019. A cholera vaccination campaign is kicking off to reach nearly 900,000 cyclone survivors in Mozambique as officials rush to contain an outbreak of the disease.
A woman receives an oral cholera vaccination at a camp for displaced survivors of cyclone Idai in Beira, Mozambique, Wednesday, April, 3, 2019. A cholera vaccination campaign is kicking off to reach nearly 900,000 cyclone survivors in Mozambique as officials rush to contain an outbreak of the disease. Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi / AP Photo

Global Activism: Bringing Light to Survivors of Cyclone Idai

More people live in darkness than when the light bulb was first invented. The organization Watts of Love specializes in bringing families solar powered lights even in emergency situations. Founder Nancy Economou is just back from Mozambique, where she was working with survivors of Cyclone Idai. Watts of Love’s solar power lights help recipients chart a path to prosperity, freeing up income for health care, education and entrepreneurial needs.