Project Chirag and the resultant youth movement by the name Chirag Light India Movement (CLIM) is an initiative run by the Chirag Rural Development Foundation. Launched in March 2010, this youth initiative aims to provide solar lights to those remote villages that do not have any access to electricity. The kerosene lamps currently used by many of these villagers not only emit poor quality light and take up a substantial part of their incomes but additionally release toxic fumes which result in an array of health and environmental problems. These fumes have lead to the death of several innocent village children. To ensure that these children have a brighter future, Project Chirag has already provided solar lighting to over 11500 households in 300 villages impacting the lives of over 60,000 people (impact as on August 2017) Project Chirag looks forward to working in collaboration with other individuals and organizations and together see a ‘brighter’ future for India.