In the southern Pacific ocean there are the Fijian islands which lay home to many villages. In these villages there are many children who attend a single central school. This school is close to some, but farther away for other students, requiring them to walk for up to an hour there and back. So by the time that they get back home, night time is setting in and these children still have chores to do. When they finish their chores they have homework to do, and studies done on the island show a drastic increase in school performance when the students finish homework, further reinforcing what they learned during class time. However, because it is dark and they do not have any form of household electricity, their parents or siblings or sometimes themselves have to use candle light, which is dim, in order to see their papers. This to me seems like an unnecessary process to completing homework and I want to help them.