Kids Doing Homework Under Street Lights Earn Praises Online: “No light, no problem”

Group of Kids Went Viral for Doing Homework Under Street Lights

NO LIGHT NO PROBLEM – A group of kids doing homework under street lights earn praises from the online community.

Children doing homework under streetlights is a heart-wrenching reality in many parts of the world. For some children, access to electricity or light is a luxury they cannot afford, making it difficult to complete their schoolwork after dark.

In many rural areas and developing countries, electricity is not always readily available, and if it is, the cost can be too high for some families to afford. This means that children have to find alternative ways to do their homework, often resorting to completing it under streetlights.


A Facebook user named Jay Labs posted images of a group of kids doing their homework on a lighted part of Katipunan Street in Barangay Labangon, Cebu City. The post circulates on social media and garnered various reactions from the online community.

According to the concerned netizen, the children decided to complete their homework outside the neighborhood because they didn’t have any light at home. He praised the children for finding a way to learn despite their difficult situations.

In conclusion, children doing homework under streetlights is a stark reminder of the deep-rooted inequalities that exist in our world today. This is not only a matter of fairness and justice, but it is also crucial for the future of our global community.

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Here is the full post:

“Wala mi suga sa balay mao diri lang mi kay hayag.”

Passed-by these kids making their homework at a sidewalk in Katipunan last night. Kudos to them for finding a way to learn.

The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:

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