In Rwanda, 4 out of every 10 children suffer from chronic malnutrition and 1 out of every 10 children will die before the age of five. Most people cannot afford processed enriched foods.


Although 82% of villages are electrified in India, the electrical grid is highly unreliable, and many households find they are unable to capture the spotty electricity for use when they need it most.


There are 1.7 million families in Myanmar paying $0.30‐0.50 per day on fuel, families that often live on less than $2 per day.   fuel.d developed a stove that saves families 50% or more of their fuel expense.


Iron deficiency anemia impacts the physical development, mental development, and long term health of children.  56% of Rwandan children are impacted.


Embedded Pay-As-You-Go technology that makes high-quality solar energy solutions immediately affordable to rural, off-grid consumers


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