Every nation must now develop an overriding loyalty to mankind as a whole in order to preserve the best in their individual societies.
— Martin Luther King Jr. (1967)

Our Impact

when i grow up

Digital Literacy

  • 4 classes per day taught, 6 days a week.
  • 2 schools have partnered with TVL to introduce digital literacy into the classroom for grades 8 - 12.
  • 1000+ students introduced to digital literacy.
  • Other demographics including: female farmers, females who have dropped out of school due to teenage pregnancy, people with disabilities and unemployed youth.

Vocational Training

  • Business mentorship. 
  • Entrepreneurial mentorship and micro-grants.
  • Female farmer support

Village Economic Sustainability Plan

  • 1 solar powered community resource center with Internet connection;
  • 4 revenue sources: printing/scanning/photocopying, solar cell phone charging, top up (cell minutes), photo printing. 
  • Consistent weekly revenue;
  • 20 computers;
  • 15 tablets;
  • 4 locally trained and employed youth to run center programs and revenue channels.

Early Childhood Education

  • 2 participating villages.
  • 500+ children registered.
  • 1st early childhood program of its kind in participating villages.
  • Parents with children in our program are more likely to prioritize primary education as a necessity for their children.

Pilot Project: Current Programs


Economic Sustainability: building a business

We have infrastructure, educational programs and strategic partnerships in place. In conjunction to maintaining these programs we are shifting our focus on developing a sustainable business at the center and creating job opportunities.



Our strategy has always been to leverage innovative technologies to increase education levels and provide access to employment. Learn about our digital literacy programs that have become the foundation of our approach to economic development.


early childhood education

Sustainability doesn't happen over night. We know that in order for long term impact to take place we have to start young. Together, with leaders in the community and educators, we will help to shape the minds and actions of tomorrow.


Women's economic empowerment

UN Women says that when more women work, economies grow. By increasing the female labour force participation—or a reduction in the gap between women’s and men’s labour force participation—results in faster economic growth. 


Pilot Project: Development History

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