Girls in Kenya receive Fenix radio-lights and menstrual hygiene products as part of the Esila (‘for girls’) campaign. Our partners are the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation and the Bethel Network.
Lifeline Energy is delighted that Sophie, Countess of Wessex, is drawing attention to the situation of girls suffering sexual abuse and violence in Sierra Leone. On her recent trip to the country, she visited several schools participating in the Leh Wi Lan (Let us Learn) initiative…
Maasai women in Kenya need to diversify and increase their earning potential. Tawang’a uses Lifeplayer MP3s to provide audio content to self-help groups.
We’re delighted to be supporting the Africa Educational Trust (AET) which is using our Lifeplayer MP3s in their successful Speak Up radio education programme.
Over 14 years we placed 15,000 solar and wind-up radios with child-headed households in Rwanda reaching 200,000 listeners. Most were survivors of the genoci
Working with GROW Educare Centers, our Lifeplayers are providing interactive music-based learning opportunities for disadvantaged preschool children in Cape
Investment in early learning education has greater cost savings and payback than at any other time in life, benefiting poor and vulnerable children most.
In the 2000s, Tanzania embarked on an interactive radio instruction (IRI) initiative for primary school children engaged in the worst forms of child labour.
Our solar Lifeplayer MP3s will provide knowledge access in northern Kenya’s pastoral communities where educational opportunities have been few, especially
Help educate Zambian mothers and save childrens’ lives. Preparing mothers in the first 1,000 days from conception with maternal nutrition and health information is crucial for a child’s growth and development.
We’re working with Zambian partner, COMACO, to ensure farmers have access to information on conservation farming while saving wildlife and habitats.
In the mid-2000s, Lifeline Energy donated 700 solar and wind-up Lifeline radios to CARE Rwanda’s Nkundabana (Kinyarwanda for “I love children”) initiative.
We worked with the Mpumalanga-based Thembalethu Home Based Care to provide displaced Swazi children with solar radios and lights.
Until 2013, Liberia had never seen Ebola. Most of Liberians knew nothing about the virus. In fact, information was initially so sketchy that many people didn’t believe it was real.
An estimated 50,000 school children in Ethiopia now have the opportunity to learn English thanks to the British Council (BC) and Lifeline Energy. A special emphasis has been placed on girls’ instruction and those who are visually impaired.
MaAfrika Tikkun, a South African NGO working with orphans and other vulnerable children and home-based caregivers, partnered with Lifeline Energy
The world’s first radio version of the popular US TV Sesame Street series first aired in South Africa as Takalani Sesame in 2004.
This country has a young population with half under 25 years of age. Young people have the highest risk of contracting HIV/AIDS. Radio was found to be the best
Burundi’s civil war lasted from 1994 to 2006. Nearly 500,000 people fled to Tanzania, becoming refugees in one of 12 camps along the border.
In 2007, to address the issue of rural information access, 8,000 of our solar and wind-up radios were distributed in rural and isolated communities across Tanzania by Haki Elimu