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Communication in Rural Africa

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In today’s western world, we can text, call, email, face time, post, tweet, tag, pin, share to instantly communicate to one another. But can you imagine life without your phone, tablet, computer, internet or even power?

With over one billion people in Africa, 590 million individuals in rural areas are still without any access to power. Surprisingly, there are 735 million cell phone subscribers in Africa. This creates a challenge – a cell phone with access to cellular service, but with no rechargeable solution. Although, the cell phone is in hand, individuals are left without the power to communicate – to be notified, to request help and the only way to charge their phone is to walk a day and a half to the nearest place that has power.

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