Lifeline Energy is involved in a wide range of communication and education projects mainly across sub-Saharan Africa. Whether it’s a mass education initiative involving tens of thousands of students or one that’s a community-based women’s listening group, our Lifeplayers and Primes provide on-demand learning access. Although our footprint is mainly in sub-Saharan Africa, our products are used in many developing countries around the world.
For example, in Ethiopia and Mozambique our Lifeplayer MP3s are providing English-language training, while in South Sudan they’ve been been pre-loaded with primary school curriculum to help children attain an education. Lifeplayers are being used to gain agricultural and market information for pyrethrum farmers in Rwanda. Our solar and wind-up Prime radios are providing crucial information and education access in Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi and Zambia.
You can also read more information about our past projects.