Durable and child-friendly, Edâ„¢ charges in the sun by day, and clips onto a book by night. In line with National Environmental Education Week and this year’s theme of ‘Greening STEM’, Edâ„¢ inspires environmental stewardship and provides educators with a practical tool for bringing the environment into the classroom.
The Nokero Edâ„¢ also brings healthy, sustainable light to millions of children who study by the light of toxic kerosene lamps. Together with ChildFund International, an organization dedicated to improving the lives of vulnerable children worldwide, Nokero is launching the Global Light To Learn Challenge. Funds raised will bring solar light to schools in communities where children live without electricity. “For a child living in darkness, light does more than brighten a room, it brightens a life,” said ChildFund’s Marcia Roeder. “Our partnership with Nokero will make a significant impact on the lives of the children we serve.” Learn more at http://www.mychildfund.org/Nokero.
The Nokero Edâ„¢ is an all-in-one solar LED book light. Powered by the sun and a rechargeable AAA battery, Edâ„¢ provide up to 15 hours of continuous light. Available for as low as $3.95 for qualified purchases. Visit www.nokero.com/products.
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