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“Since November 2014, Kopernik in partnership with Community Development Centre (CDC), has delivered over 200 d.light solar lights to last mile communities in rural India as a part of the Light Up Madhya Pradesh project. This project is ongoing and will distribute a further 100 solar lights to households, making a total of 306 solar lights at the project’s completion.

In June 2015, Kopernik Fellow, Philip Murphy conducted an impact assessment with the primary objective of identifying and measuring the effects of solar lights on the lives of people located in the last mile. This assessment involved interviewing 50 solar light users (25 percent of the total user population) and working directly with the local partner, CDC, to collect data.”

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