Jane is the first person in Uganda to have this solar lighting system installed in her home.
Abubaker, an electrician, installs a small solar panel on the roof.
Brenda explains how the solar lighting system works.
Brenda shows Jane's family how the control panel works.
Jane checks out one of her new ceiling lights. She had three installed as part of the program: in the living area, kitchen and outside of her home.
Most of the solar panel systems also have a charger for mobile phones.
Jane's daughter and grandson in the sleeping area of the home. Jane helps raise her five grandchildren.
Jane's granddaughter uses a portable solar lantern to study.
Jane plugs her phone into the charger.
Josephine used kerosene to light her vegetable stand and canteen but the fuel was dirty, expensive and didn't provide enough light.
Josephine's house is connected to the grid but the electricity goes out routinely. She's adding a solar panel on the roof to help reduce her bills and keep the lights on even when the main power is out.
Brenda and Lillian show Josephine a portable solar lantern.
Josephine checks out her new ceiling light.
Josephine's canteen and vegetable stand is now lit by four portable solar lanterns.
Now that she has the solar lanterns, Josephine is able to stay open later and serve more customers.
A family gathers around a traditional open cooking fire. The area is easily accessible to the family's small children and exposed to the weather.
Jane uses a clean cookstove.
The clean cookstove is portable, so Jane can move it under the cover of her house to stay out of the sun or the rain--without putting her home at risk of fire.
The clean cookstove uses a small amount of charcoal, cutting Jane's need for fuel by 70 percent.
Brian, Jane's grandson, makes the hour-long round trip trek to the well every day. Even though the well's water is unsafe to drink, the family has no other options. Jane became the caretaker for her two grandchildren when their parents died.
Now that Jane has a water purification filter made from clay, she has clean water for her family to drink.
Brian used to miss school because he was sick with parasites from the water. Since the family got the purification system, no one has gotten sick.
Dawn Deeks is a photographer who works with nonprofit organizations to document their stories and share them with the world.