In rural areas like where you find Maasai Wilderness, a lot of children only have the daylight hours to study, as the moment the sun sets, light is only provided by the feeble glow of a fire or kerosine lamp – both of which cost money (kerosine) or time (wood gathering) to burn. This is one of the primary reasons we ensure any library we donate to is equipped with electricity, so that the students can have a place to study and read even after darkness sets in (which in Kenya, is always around 6:30).