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Pakistan's First Solar School Bags & Solar Bags by Rohayl Varind. Our solar bags helps children & their family members with education, safety & employment.

Rohayl Solar Bags charges during the day so children can study & move freely at night. There are still several areas of Pakistan that don't have adequate access to electricity. This means at night-time, entire communities are plunged into darkness. Our Solar School Bags helps and support not only 1 child but whole family. As our solar bags has long lasting battery, 2 bright bulbs and USB socket.

Kids living in slums & underprivileged areas of Pakistan mostly don't have safe sources of light to study at night, or to do their homework because of no electricity. Alongside this, they also have the daily danger of walking to and from toilet or answering nature's call in open and dark streets at night. There houses lack adequate light to perform basic household activities such as preparing meals. In order to ease these everyday problems. Rohayl Varind transformed simple School Bags into Solar School Bags.

-Light to study after dark: Every Solar Bag is fitted with a portable solar panel that turns bulb on by providing up to 6-10 hours of light for studying & doing homework.


-Safety while walking going to answer nature's call:

As most of children don't have access to proper toilet so they go to open area or crops fields nearby but it has huge chances of children getting attacked by wild animals like dogs sleeping or roaming nearby. While personally talking to around 50 children and their parents, I discovered they were exposed to danger several times while answering nature's call in open because of darkness. If they had light they could have been extra careful or could avoid those circumstances.

-It will improve living standards and safety of the family.

Our solar school bags has 2 bright bulbs with long wires that effectively increases the visibility for children as they walk to toilet or answering nature's call in open.

-WaterAid report says Pakistan is now the seventh worst country in world in terms of access to basic sanitation facilities * 21.8m people in Pakistan still defecate in the open.

-23 per cent Pakistan still defecates in the open, according to the latest Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP) report by the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (Unicef) and the World Health Organisation.


Our Solar School Bags features a solar panel at it's back – which charges when a kid goes at work or at school and when he/she comes back they get fully charged school bag for studying at night or going to toilet or shop nearby.

Rohayl Varind Solar School Bags an attempt to promote girls education:

Educating girls and young women is not only one of the biggest moral challenges of our generation, it is also a necessary investment for a peaceful and poverty-free world. Until we give girls equal access to a good quality education, the world will continue to suffer from child and maternal mortality, disease and other byproducts of poverty.

Rohayl Varind Solar School Bags are also an attempt to promote girls education. Oftently it's considered that it's useless to educate girl. School bags holds most important position in education. By promoting and transofroming school bags into solar school bags which will help whole family of that girl, we are trying to promote girls education.

When 1 girls school bag will help & empower whole family their family will understand power of education & school bag. 1 bag can empower and help whole family. Over 3 million girls do not attend primary school in Pakistan, according to a 2013 UNESCO report.


Education for Pakistani girls still a privilege Express Tribune Quoted: Out-of-school girls: Pakistan ranks second world over With 13 million girls out of school, Pakistan has the second-largest number of out-of-school female students in the world, a report by Alif Ailaan has revealed. Published  in November 2016, the report revealed that of the 24 million Pakistani children out of school, 53% were girls.

Here are some eye-opening facts about girls' education in Pakistan: according to ABC News (American Broadcasting Company)

1.In Pakistan, 5.4 million children of primary school age are not in school; 62 percent of them are girls.

2.Seven million adolescents in Pakistan are not in school; 54 percent of them are girls.

3.Sixty-five percent of girls are enrolled in primary school compared with 79 percent of boys.

4.Almost half -- 49 percent -- of girls who begin primary school leave before completing the final grade.

5.Sixty-two percent of girls and 5 percent of boys between the ages of 10 and 12 are not in school.

6.Seventy-one percent of women in Pakistan have not completed primary school, compared with 41 percent of men.

7.In Pakistan, 39 percent of girls are not in school, compared with 30 percent of boys.

8.A boy has a 15 percent greater chance of starting primary school in Pakistan than a girl does.

9.More than half of all adults in Pakistan have received no education. Only 40 percent of adult women can read and write, compared with 69 percent of men.

10.In Pakistan's poorest households, less than half -- 45 percent -- of the girls are enrolled in primary school, and only 18 percent attend lower secondary school.


Our “Rohayl Solar Bags” charges during the day so children can study & move freely at night. There are still several areas of Pakistan that don’t have adequate access to electricity. This means at night-time, entire communities are plunged into darkness. Our Solar Bags helps and support not only 1 child but whole family. As our solar bags has long lasting battery, 2 bright bulbs and USB socket.
Kids living in slums & underprivileged areas of Pakistan mostly don’t have safe sources of light to study at night, or to do their homework because of no electricity. Alongside this, they also have the daily danger of walking to and from toilet or answering nature’s call in open and dark streets at night. There houses lack adequate light to perform basic household activities such as preparing meals. In order to ease these everyday problems. Mohammad Rohayl Varind transformed simple School Bags into Solar School Bags.

Besides the benefits of a decline in carbon emissions, Mohammad Rohayl Varind’s solar bags opens up new avenues of economic opportunities, creation of new jobs in addition to its health-related benefits.

Sunlight is a renewable energy source, meaning we will never run out of it. Coal and gas are fossil fuels and will eventually run out. And in our sunny country there’s plenty of sunshine all year round.

Moreover these bags are made in Pakistan by merging several raw material and using old school bags of children which they consider useless as it's torn.

Light To Study After Dark

Every Solar Bag is fitted with a portable solar panel that turns bulb on by providing up to 6-10 hours of light for studying & doing homework in dark. In Pakistan electricity supply is & people face hours of load-shedding. Moreover many underprivileged areas doesn’t have access to electricity & they can’t afford kerosene lamps or candles.

Creating Earning Opportunities For Females

Besides the benefits of a decline in carbon emissions, our solar bags opens up new avenues of economic opportunities, creation of new jobs in addition to its health-related benefits. Rohayl’s Solar Bags helps female earn extra income by stitching & doing handicraft at night.

Safety For Going To Toilet

As most of children don’t have access to proper toilet so they go to open area or crops fields nearby but it has huge chances of children getting attacked by wild animals like dogs & snakes sleeping or roaming nearby. WaterAid report says Pakistan is now the seventh worst country in world in terms of access to basic sanitation facilities * 21.8m people in Pakistan still defecate in the open.

Beneficiaries (received our solar bags)

“I am 7 years old and I have 3 more siblings who are younger than me. I live in a slum and we don’t have a toilet at our home or nearby. So me & my family goes to an empty plot opposite our home. In dark it gets extremely tough to go there as there are several stray dogs roaming around. Due to Solar Bags now me & my family feels safe.” -Sana

“Living in darkness is extremely tough. It’s like getting caged and bound. Our life used to stop as soon as night started but now my life have completely changed. I can study after 7PM too now my mother can freely cook at night as well. Before Sir Rohayl gave us solar bags our life was dark even more dark than nights.” -Rukhsana 

“I knew how to stitch since last several years but I work as a maid at day time & gets free at night. We don’t have electricity at our home so I was unable to stitch or do any other work at night. We are extremely thankful to Rohayl Varind for donating us Solar Bag now I can stitch at night and can earn extra income for my family.” -Parveen

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