James Nabara is 96 and the father of Dorkas. James is enfeebled by knees that are chronically swollen after a working life spent in the quarry, hammering rocks into gravel. In Kenya it gets dark around 6:30 every night, year round. He is grateful for the solar lights so the family won’t have to burn expensive kerosene or remain in the dark all night. He wave his arms with joy for this life-changing gift.