Haller News

9th April

GravityLight Donation Brings Lighting to Off-Grid Communities

Clean energy sourcing has formed an imperative part of Haller’s mission to assist rural Kenyan communities. The introduction of GravityLights provides a self-sustainable lighting system for the communities that Haller works with.

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24th February

St Martin-in-the-Fields to host candlelit performance of Allegri’s Miserere

We invite you to join us in experiencing one of the most recognisable pieces of choral music being performed in one of London's most atmospheric and iconic venues.

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1st February

Haller Founder Wins ‘Points of Light’ Award!

We are proud to announce that Haller Founder, Louise Piper, has been awarded the Prime Minister's 'Points of Light' award for her work with our communities in Kenya. Well done Louise, richly deserved!

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18th October

Haller Farmers App Success Story

Check out a new film that has been released by GODAN featuring Eunice, a Haller Farmer, using the Haller Farmers App.

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23rd September

One Day’s Wages

We have been chosen as One Day's Wages 100th charity!!!! For every pound donated via Haller's page on the One Day's Wages website, they will match it! There has never been a better time to donate!!!

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22nd July


We are proud to announce that Haller was one of startups selected by SpeedUpAfrica to participate in it competitive four-day growth and investment boot camp for digital technology start-ups in Africa on the 6th of July 2016.

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21st June

Haller & Gravity Light

Haller has teamed up with Gravity Light Foundation to trial sustainable lighting in Haller communities. Gravity Light Foundation Commercial Director, Caroline Angus and Haller CEO Alia Malik met in London through social enterprise network, On Purpose. Haller projects in Kenya include a renewable energy component and methods have been trialled from biogas to solar charging stations. But Haller still had not found a durable low cost technology that would fit its communities.

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12th May

Haller runners ready for the off

It didn’t take us long to fill our spaces for the The Vitality British 10K London and Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon in July and October respectively and we are delighted to have the support of 20 committed runners who will no doubt have started their training.

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22nd February

Holmewood House School Raising Funds For Our Pancakes For Porridge Programme

Pupils from the pre-prep department at Holmewood House School were treated to a delicious pancake breakfast recently and raised funds to provide a nutritious porridge breakfast for the children at our 3 community schools.

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7th December

British Airways Recognises Haller As Their Conservation Charity Of The Year 2015

At the recent British Airways Community and Conservation Day, Haller was delighted to have been chosen as the recipient of the ‘Conservation Charity of the Year 2015′ award in recognition of the work we do in the outlying areas of Mombasa and at the Tana River Delta.

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13th November

Haller Welcomes Sophie Dollar To The Board Of Trustees

We are delighted to welcome Sophie Dollar onto the Board of Trustees and were honoured that she joined us on our recent trip to visit our projects in Mombasa this month.

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12th October

Haller Farmers App Now Available On Internet.Org’s Initiative, Free Basics

We are delighted to announce the Haller Farmers App (www.hallerfarmers.org) is now available on Facebook’s Internet.org initiative, Free Basics.

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1st September

Haller Prize 2014 Winner, Nelson Chenga, Reflects On The Last Year

Hi, my name is Nelson Chenga and a year ago I was the slightly disillusioned Supplements and Senior Features Writer for The Financial Gazette, Zimbabwe’s leading business weekly newspaper. I had been working in journalism for 25 years and development issues were always very close to my heart, so when some colleagues mentioned the Haller Prize for Development Journalism I had mixed emotions as I honestly thought ‘Haller…who are these guys?

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