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Read below about others who adopted their own village and even traveled to the field with Innovation: Africa’s team to attend the solar installation while celebrating with the entire community the benefits of Israeli technology for the first time

INDIVIDUALS/FAMILIES

Larry and Millie Magid

Larry and Millie Magid traveled with our team twice to the villages. They adopted and powered Iki-Iki Primary School, Watsemba Primary School and Nasenyi Drip Irrigation. They also delivered mattresses to Kaliro Orphanage and solar systems to light the dormitories of Buvundya Orphanage as well as construction of a new classroom block, impacting a total of nearly 3,000 people.

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Paula Resnick

Donated a Solar Water Project for her Birthday

Lukhonge Water Project, Uganda :: 5,000 people impacted

 January 2015 :: 8 water taps installed throughout the village

David Campbell

Solar Powered a School & Dormitories

Bwibere Primary School, Uganda

1,364 students impacted :: May 31st, 2016

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Jordan Magid

Built and Solar Powered a School

Buwakhanyinywi Primary School “The Jordan School”, Uganda

224 students impacted :: June 2015

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MITZVAH PROJECTS

Adiv Leibstein

Bar Mitzvah Project

Funsani Primary School, Malawi

1,250 students impacted :: March 2015 :: 10 water taps installed throughout the village

Sam Ben-Ur

Bar Mitzvah Project

Nkondo Health Center, Uganda

17,000 people impacted :: October 2015

Ella Keinan

Bat Mitzvah Project

Kayango New Image Orphanage, Uganda
136 children impacted :: April 23rd, 2014

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SYNAGOGUES

IKAR Synagogue

Sponsored an entire village providing light to a school and medical clinic, solar refrigeration for medicines and vaccines, and built a secondary school. IKAR has impacted over 20,000 people’s lives with Israeli technologies. What a community!

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Temple Beth Avodah

Solar Powered a Health Centre

Thornbury Bufumbo Health Centre, Uganda :
7,000 people impacted :: July 1st, 2010

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CORPORATIONS

 The Christian Broadcasting Network has adopted 11 Solar Water Pumping & Drip Irrigation Systems across Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo and Senegal, impacting a total of over 16,000 people.

Morton Williams

Donated a Solar Water Pumping System

Bukaduka Village, Uganda :: 6,000 people impacted

January 2016 :: 10 water taps

Visezi Medical Clinic, Tanzania

2,770 people impacted :: May 26th, 2011

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FOUNDATIONS

Jewish Women’s Foundation of New York / Josh Adamson’s Bar Mitzvah Project / Isha Koach

Jewish Women’s Foundation of New York in partnership with Josh Adamson’s Bar Mitzvah Project & Isha Koach, have adopted 3 Solar Water Pumping Systems in Uganda pumping over 80,000 liters of clean water per day and impacting more than 10,500 people: Kolonyi, Nakaloke and Bukalikha Villages.

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Natan Fund

Nawansekese Primary School, Uganda “The Natan School”

544 students impacted ::  October 1st, 2009

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SCHOOLS/UNIVERSITIES

Frisch School

Mngwangwa Community Day Secondary School, Malawi

250 students impacted ::  September 18th, 2014

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Kaputalambwe Water Project, Malawi

14,895 people impacted :: October 25th, 2015

4 water taps

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