Seo Gladiator

Sedna Lighting Helps Extend the Education of One Primary School in Uganda Through the Use of Light

"Sedna Lighting have made it their mission to be part of the New Welsh Government project, "Wales for Africa Programme" so that they can help bring light to schools in Uganda. The company who proudly offer state of art LED lighting across the globe, have been extremely pleased by the success of the programme and the positive affects it has made."


Cardiff, UK -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/07/2016 -- Sedna Lighting provides LED lighting in the commercial & industrial sectors, and provides products to top global brands such as Nike, Hilton Hotels, Formula 1 and Manchester City Football Club, and have now used this amazing success towards charity work.

The company wanted to implement their technology and focus on providing less fortunate countries with the power of light, where there are often a lack of resources. When Sedna Lighting heard about the Wales for Africa Program, they knew straight away this was something they wanted to be involved in.

One project that has been recently successful as part of the program is the "Wales for Africa Project". The companies in house foundation, The Sedna Lighting Foundation kindly donated LED Lighting so that the Bumayoka Primary School in Mblae, Uganda could be powered with light after dark. This means low energy lighting will be powered by a small scale hydro power facility previously installed early last year. Thus allowing children to extend their learning even after nightfall appears.

"At Sedna we manufacture and design a range of products to bring technical lighting solutions to a range of environments and applications," commented Nathan Edwards of Sedna Lighting. "But perhaps education and the impact on the community from the Uganda project is one for us that can stand out and make us proud of the work we do".

The feedback from this project has been extremely positive and the company plan to get involved in more projects like this in the future.

For more information be sure to visit their website:

For media contacts please email or call 02920 099 092.