The White Water secondary school in Matebeleland in southern Zimbabwe is a school for approx. 450 students in a rural area with no electricity. The Karaszi Foundation aims to bring solar energy and computing power to the school’s computer hall. The building will be powered entirely by an off-grid solar energy system, including a battery pack, donated by a sponsor.
The computer centre will have room for 40 students with 30 laptops, complete with educational software. The objective is to provide a world class learning facility that will also be green and sustainable.