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Light in the Dark / Solar- Mosquito killer

Light in the Dark
Light in the Dark

In Africa, More than 1 billion Africans die or suffer from mosquito-borne diseases such as Malaria, Zika, Yellow fever and Dengue every year. 'Light in the Dark' is a mosquito killer that uses solar energy instead of electricity. In Africa, where electricity is difficult to use, 'Light in the Dark' will free Africans from the danger of mosquitoes. Light in the dark's lamp light that uses solar energy may be used as a flashlight or streetlight at night in Africa, where it is difficult to use electricity. So this product will be a ray of light for Africa.

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CAU, Chung-ang University

CAU, Chung-ang University
Anseong, South Korea

Gyu hyun Jung,
CAU, Chung-ang University