Nearly 1 billion

around the world don’t have access to energy

1 in 4 people

in Kenya don’t have access to energy

Only 2.4% of houses have electricity

in Turkana, one of the counties we're working in

And it's just 16.7% in Kilifi

– another county we’ve brought solar power to

What we're doing

Bringing power to communities

We’re installing solar panels in Kenya, giving over 300,000 people in remote schools and health clinics clean, renewable energy. With the help of just a little sunshine, we can say goodbye to dirty fossil fuels!

Health. Education. Jobs, All these things depend on access to energy. But in rural Kenya, over a billion people still have no electricity. Which is why Project Jua is so important.

Thanks to kind donations from our members, many clinics now have the power for medical equipment, and kids have power in their schools.
Nearly 1 billion

around the world don’t have access to energy

1 in 4 people

in Kenya don’t have access to energy

Only 2.4% of houses have electricity

in Turkana, one of the counties we're working in

And it's just 16.7% in Kilifi

– another county we’ve brought solar power to

3 ways your donations are changing lives

Lighting

Lighting

We’ve installed solar panels in health clinics and schools

Technology

Technology

We’re giving people access to technology to improve health and education

Life-saving equipment

Life-saving equipment

We’re powering communities, so they can use life-saving equipment

We’re supporting the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals by…

"I felt safe knowing that at night the doctors would have had good lights so I came here to deliver my baby."

Mercy with her son, AIC Health Centre in Turkana

320

schools and health clinics powered by solar energy

55,000+

people benefitting from the project every day

300,000+

people are expected to benefit over the next 3 years
Project Jua

Our recent news

The OVO Foundation has now given £2 million to Project Jua so that over 300 schools and health clinics have power in Kenya’s poorest and most remote regions. Electricity can be life changing. That’s why we've continued with this work, to reach more and more people across Kenya. To make an even bigger difference.

Lighting up lives with solar power

48%

more patients can get to health clinics

80%

of schools have better tools to help their students learn

93%

cut in energy costs for schools

"Now, our classroom is always well lit at night. This means we have longer to study and revise for exams which makes our parents happy!"

Grace, student at Morneau Shepell Secondary School in Turkana
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