e-Learning in the Bush?
Imagine being a teacher in a remote village. Having no access to power means that using a laptop or charging a phone is already a challenge. How would you even go about using a projector in your classroom?
See it in action
More than 80 schools in Papua New Guinea are using the Solar Projector Kit every day.
See how it works in East Sepik Province.
Solar Presenter Kit
We sell three versions of the Solar Projector Kit and only in Papua New Guinea.
TYPE A: TOWN
The ‘Town’ version doesn’t include solar panels. This version is ideal for schools that have access to ‘town’ power.AROUND K4000
TYPE B: BUSH
The ‘Bush’ version comes with solar panels but without a battery and is ideal for schools in rural areas. It allows for use during the day only.AROUND K5000
TYPE C: 24 HOURS
The ’24 Hours’ version includes solar panels and a lithium ion battery, which allows for use during the day and night.AROUND K7000