Innovation: Africa
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 Innovation: Africa is a non-profit organization that uses Israeli solar and water technology to electrify schools and medical centers and to pump clean water across 10 African countries.

In numbers

15 Years

10 Countries

100% of any donation goes to Africa; our overhead is covered

150 Employees

Over 1,200 villages completed

Over 5.3  million people impacted

The Challenge

Over 600 million people across Africa do not have access to electricity and over 450 million people do not have access to clean water.

Our Solution and Cost

The solution is simple. A one-time cost of $20,000 will electrify an entire school or medical center using iA’s Energy Box.

A one-time cost of $65,000 covers the cost for the construction of a large solar water pumping system in a village of a minimum of 3,000 people and includes the following 8 steps.

See step by step
how we pump clean water

Every donation has the power to make a difference

Donate $25 to bring water to 1 person in Africa

Buy our merchandise. 1 item equals $25


100% of every donation goes to project costs, as our overhead is fully covered. Thanks to our UN-award-winning Remote Monitoring system, our donors have a satellite view of the village and track live, the amount of water pumped or solar produced at any given time.

Team & Contractors

iA has over 150 full-time employees, mainly engineers, and works with 50 local contractors across Africa. At each water project, 10 community members are hired and paid by the contractor who will ensure the sustainability of the project following its completion.


Innovation: Africa has a Special Consultative Status at the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and has received multiple awards, including the “Innovation Award” from the UN.

3 Ways to get Involved

Start a fundraising campaign or sponsor an entire village

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Donate $25 to bring water to 1 person in Africa

and help bring Israeli innovation to African villages in need

We have identified many villages that are in need of clean water.