Solubrite recently completed a social impact survey focused on the benefits of our solar products in an indigenous Gnabe-Bügle community in Bocas del Toro, Panama. 90% of families in the community bought at least one lamp and/or solar home system from Solubrite. The results of the impact survey showed significant improvement in the areas of education, security, and savings. Of the 31 families surveyed, 74% reported an improvement in the grades of their children. This was especially true for students in secondary school and college who could now study late into the night with a bright light rather than a candle. 87% of families felt that their security was increased after purchasing the lamps, clients reported increased safety when walking at night because it provided a bigger and brighter range of light than a cheap flash light. Interestingly, families also reported the products as a gateway to purchasing a phone - 39% of families reported that the family only bought a phone after purchasing the solar products which can also charge a cell phone via USB port. In terms of savings and economic benefit, the median savings on other forms of light (typically candles, batteries, kerosene, or diesel for generators) was $2.50 per week.