For about 20 million Filipinos, life stands still at the setting of the sun.

 

For one of every five Filipinos with no access to electricity, productivity and opportunities are put on hold soon as the world turns dark: students find it harder to study and learn, livelihood slows down, and simple chores become harder. Rural midwives and health workers have to help deliver babies with flashlights and candles. Teachers have to browse through paperwork with kerosene lanterns.

 
 

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