Social Empowerment

Light of Light- Fourth Phase



Liter of Light in Yemen

Yemen’s Liter of Light, in partnership with Pepsi Co

Liter of light the fourth stage

As an extension of the tender march that PepsiCo International seeks to bring joy to the needy people by bringing light into their small homes through a liter of light project, which is implemented in Yemen by Hemmat Shabab Foundation in partnership with PepsiCo to implement liter of light project in Sana’a capital. After the great impact of the project through the three previous stages is the fourth stage of the project completes lighting the houses of displaced, destitute and the poorest families who do not have any means of home lighting since the beginning of 2015 in four directorates of the Capital Secretariat.

Liter of light, the fourth phase aims to provide a source of lighting for 556 poor and displaced families in five targeted areas are Bani Hawat, Habra, Asaba’een, Shumaila and Hael, this helps to ease the economic burdens on these families due to the daily purchase of energy source such as batteries and candles.


Light of Light- Fourth Phase



Liter of Light in Yemen

Yemen’s Liter of Light, in partnership with Pepsi Co

Liter of light the fourth stage

As an extension of the tender march that PepsiCo International seeks to bring joy to the needy people by bringing light into their small homes through a liter of light project, which is implemented in Yemen by Hemmat Shabab Foundation in partnership with PepsiCo to implement liter of light project in Sana’a capital. After the great impact of the project through the three previous stages is the fourth stage of the project completes lighting the houses of displaced, destitute and the poorest families who do not have any means of home lighting since the beginning of 2015 in four directorates of the Capital Secretariat.

Liter of light, the fourth phase aims to provide a source of lighting for 556 poor and displaced families in five targeted areas are Bani Hawat, Habra, Asaba’een, Shumaila and Hael, this helps to ease the economic burdens on these families due to the daily purchase of energy source such as batteries and candles.