This year, we’re delighted to announce that we’ll be funding our biggest project to date – electrifying 300 schools and health clinics in some of the hardest-to-reach parts of the country over the next 12 months. This will form part of a £1.75m project that spans 4 years and will positively impact thousands of children and young people.
‘Jua’ means ‘sunshine’ in Swahili. The perfect name for a project that installs solar panels on schools and health clinics in rural Kenya.
OVO Foundation shares OVO’s vision of powering human progress with clean, abundant energy for all. Without power, children don’t have light to learn by. Health clinics can’t power basic equipment. And communities aren’t empowered to grow.
When you think about it, not much is possible without energy. It’s an enabler that lays the foundation for effective and meaningful human development.