The WakaWaka Power+ is a compact solar light and power bank to charge external devices. Fully charged in 3 hours from the electricity grid using a micro USB charging cable, or in 18 hours using the solar cell, it is made from injection moulded, yellow coloured, acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS). It has a flexible stand to enable correct positioning towards the sun when charging as well as for directing the light source when in use, and it can also be hung on a bottle to elevate the lamp. WakaWaka translates as 'shine bright' in Swahili and the company was founded in 2012 by Maurits Groen and Camille van Gestel as a social enterprise, balancing profit and impact to share access to energy with those in need throughout the world. Initially funded by a Kickstarter campaign, the first product produced was a solar flashlight conceived by Groen in 2010 and created by industrial designer and LED specialist, Anne Ossinga. This was followed by the Power+ (this example) and a solar home charging kit in 2013/2014. In developed economies WakaWaka operates as a business with proceeds from product sales allowing the company to make solar lights and chargers available for free to communities affected by natural disasters and/or living off-grid: a 'Share the Sun' business model. Donated solar lights have been given to the International Rescue Committee, the Red Cross, Save the Children and Habitat for Humanity amongst others. The brand has received many awards for innovation, social enterprise, sustainability and good design including the Energy Globe Award 2020.