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Cameroon school-age population is constantly increasing to over 11,163,099, less than 30% has all textbooks in schools and corruption/theft is a daily routine for dropouts who attack student for their textbooks. Many parents face difficulties in buying hard-copy books which ranges from $150 to $200 for atlases 14 textbooks/ person. Teens don’t know their rights unlike their peers in Europe/USA. Africa suffers from illnesses such as Ebola, and Malaria. Entrepreneurship is hardly taught in schools and teens believe only the government employment. Boko Haram attacks are everywhere given the need to promote and scale peace.
Our innovation is unique; we developed a tablet powered by Electrical & Solar Energy. All Text books of a particular class in soft copies from publisher are transferred into the tablet and secured which can’t be pirated. In addition; basic books of Entrepreneurship, the constitution, health and ICT for capacity building for just $60. It’s traceable with just a simple sms when stolen; this makes teens study more and helps in preparing the next generation of young leaders we want for our country.
|Projected Cumulative Lives Impacted||650,001|
|New Implemented Countries||Comoros, Guinea, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, Congo, Democratic Republic of the, Chad, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Benin, Senegal, Niger, Mauritania, Mali, Guinea-Bissau, Cote d'Ivoire, Central African Republic, Togo|
|Recruit||Each country Director.|
|New Feature||Create a wireless charging system for the tablets.|
To date, our success comes from our diverse team of experience software engineers to business analyst and educators who came together for a way forward in bringing lasting change in educational sector. Thanks to the local press and security, we have been able to track thieves and created the awareness which has minimized corruption. A dynamic gender equality team of ours is proud are proud of achievements till date. The conception of our solution involves a child who needs the solution to study.
EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES WOMEN AND YOUTH