The Swedish furniture retailer's charitable arm is working to bring long-term improvements to life inside refugee camps. 


After teaming up to create a solar-powered, flat-pack refugee tent last year, Ikea and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees aren't stopping in their joint efforts to improve conditions inside refugee camps. For every LED light bulb that the Swedish furniture giant sells over the next two months, the Ikea Foundation, the retailer's charitable arm, will donate one euro towards providing solar streetlights, indoor solar lanterns, and clean fuel cooking stoves for refugees.