Innovation: Africa has two types of projects
Bringing light for schools and medical centers total cost of $20,000. In rural schools Innovation: Africa brings light to all classrooms and teacher’s homes as well as desks and computers for the first time
See the villages that are currently in need
In the village of Muyenjere, located in the Busia district of Uganda, a total of 3,291 residents currently depend on and use unsafe water. Women and girls, on average, walk 2 miles per day to collect water, exposing themselves to the risk of waterborne diseases. This situation not only poses health hazards but also fails to meet the community’s essential needs for cooking, washing, and agricultural activities.
Maziwa Health Center
Maziwa Health Center, situated in the secluded Chemba district of Tanzania, offers medical care to more than 5,698 individuals. Innovation: Africa identified the Maziwa Health Center, which caters to over 25 patients around the clock. This health facility facilitates an average of 20 newborn deliveries monthly, with over half occurring in complete darkness at night. This scenario poses severe risks for patients, particularly pregnant women and newborns, as medical treatment without adequate lighting can result in serious complications and life-threatening risks.
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