In remote and mountainous regions of the western plateau, students have to study under candlelight or with oil lamps due to lack of electricity. Such weak light not only affects the children’s learning efficiency but also can harm the development of the children’s vision. The Amity Foundation provides photovoltaic lighting systems for them to improve their situation. The cost of one photovoltaic power station is 230 RMB or 34 USD. Amity delivers simple and practical photovoltaic power supplies and lamps to the students in the western mountainous areas. The supplies are easy to use, portable, including fold-able solar panels, mobile power supplies, bulb lights and LED folding lights. It can be carried in a school bag, charged by the sun during the day, and used at night. The solar system provided by Amity has a high energy conversion rate, it is safe and pollution-free, and effectively solves the problem of insufficient power supply and lighting in the provinces of the western plateau.
Amity Bakery is a social enterprise and a sheltered vocational training center that provides employment and vocational training for young adults with learning difficulties. Amity Bakery serves as a platform for advocacy and raises awareness on issues of underprivileged people in China. Company employees and school classes are visiting the Amity Bakery on a regular basis to attend cooking classes and learn about the concept of inclusion of challenged people. The Amity Foundation is committed to improve the living quality of people with mental challenges, support them to attend vocational training, and help to build confidence and capacity for their families.
The Amity Foundation Sprouts on Earth project focuses on maternal and child nutrition in underdeveloped areas of Mainland China. The project provides continuous and in-depth services such as pregnancy check-up, nutritional support, growth monitoring, and health education for poor women and newborns. The project aims to reduce maternal and child health risks, improve overall population quality, enhance health service capacity, and ultimately promote the sustainable development of rural revitalization.
The Act for Living Water project aims to raise public awareness of the global water crisis and encourages people to take action, to help to improve the water and sanitation situations in poor areas. With the global epidemic raging, the needs for safe drinking water and sanitation in poor areas require extra attention. The fund raised in 2020 is used for communities in need in Nepal, Myanmar, and Sri Lanka, to build water and sanitation facilities, to improve the health and living conditions, as well as supporting awareness education on water conservation and environmental protection. The Act for Living Water project started in 2010.