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
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.
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.
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
The HIV/AIDS epidemic in Zambia resulted in extended families and communities struggling to support the tens of thousands of orphans created by HIV/AIDS. Education Development Center and the…
Between 2007 and 2009, we distributed 10,000 of our solar and wind-up Lifeline radios to a variety of communications and learning initiatives across Kenya.
Our Prime and Polaris radios supported several educational initiatives in Sierra Leone following the devastating Ebola outbreak that swept through the country.