Why should learning and dreaming be a privilege?
Over half a million low cost and government schools in India, Kenya and other developing countries, suffer from frequent power cuts. These last from 4 hours to all day. Without reliable electricity, learning devices like tablets, laptops, projectors are lying around unutilized! A 100 million children served by these schools are denied a powerful learning device. That’s more than 3 times the population of Canada, who are denied a relevant modern education and the chance to take a real part in the world.
Despite having the resources to invest in cost effective learning technology such as tablets, laptops and projectors, most of these schools cannot overcome basic infrastructure hurdles. The high cost of purchasing and maintaining Diesel generators, solar panels, and existing battery backup systems means these are not an option.
Our solution can solve this problem. Our mission, power education across thousands of low cost schools in developing nations.