3 Rainwater catch systems with clean water filters installed in schools and a clinic
Upgraded health clinic that serves 6 villages (approx. 15,000 people) with new beds, solar power and lighting, mosquito nets & supplies;
Facilitate community health and hygiene programs with local health care workers;
Partnered with Marie Stopes International Sierra Leone to extend family planning, contraceptive delivery and female health into Baoma Chiefdom.
2 rural village community resource centers offering digital literacy education;
6 schools partnered with TVL introducing digital literacy into the classroom for grades 8 - 12;
2500+ students introduced to digital literacy and technology;
Paid internship opportunities for successful students;
Program participants include: primary and secondary children, female farmers, females who have dropped out of school due to teenage pregnancy, people with disabilities and unemployed youth.
Early Childhood Education
5 participating villages;
1500+ children registered;
1st early childhood program of its kind in participating villages;
Teacher training offered to schools not yet certified by the Sierra Leone Ministry of Education;
Parents with children in our program are more likely to prioritize primary education as a necessity for their children.
4 locally trained and employed youth to run center programs and revenue channels.
Entrepreneurial mentorship and micro-grants.
Digital vocational courses offered to the public.
2 solar powered community resource centers, internet connected, offering business services to local communities to support long-term development programs and supplement local operations - providing local jobs.
Revenue sources: printing/scanning/photocopying, solar cell phone charging, top up (data), photo printing, internet cafe, data input, vocational training, mobile money, and DSTV sports streaming.
99% increase in weekly revenue average, from 2017 to date.