Internet Transformation

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Children in rural Africa are four years behind their equivalent in the top private schools in the capital cities. Giving equality of opportunity would seem far-fetched even several years ago. But now with the breakthrough prices of solar and storage power, together with widespread internet roll-out including Google Loon and increased telcom projects funded by […]

Light Transformation for $25

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For millions of marginalised communities, evening light comes from naked flames and kerosene lamps. Kerosene costs $1/day for most families who can even afford it. It has respiratory implications too and gives off a relatively dim light of about 11 lumens, compared to an inert LED bulb that beams out a relatively sun-like 1600 lumens. […]

Our ‘business’ model

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Welcome, and thanks for your interest. We are rapidly evolving all aspects of tunaamini – and that includes our business model which we’ll talk about. But no matter which, we’re operating as a not-for-profit and all donations will go 100% on additional solar and internet hardware in somebody’s village/home and we’ll update you with photos […]