Knowledge is light.
According to the World Bank, 6 out of 10 people in sub-Saharan Africa do not have access to power. With 60% of the African population being below age 25, the youth is mostly affected by this problem, especially when it comes to education. The lack of access to power plays a major role in decreasing student productivity and lowering passing rates.
Bright Future is looking to partner with companies in the private sector and nonprofit organizations as well as government agencies in order to get Firefly Pens in the hands of many. Let's unlock change together through synergistic partnerships.
The Firefly Scholarship
In an effort to support Bright Future's larger mission of promoting economic empowerment through education, we are offering scholarships to help disadvantaged high school students through their college applications.