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.
The Meiring Primary school in Riebeek Kasteel, South Africa, is being supported with school equipment like computers, smartphones, wall clocks and sports equipment.