The Jamii Power mandate is to provide conventional 230V AC electricity to isolated rural communities through the use of smart mini-grid systems that are powered by renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, biomass and hydro. We aim to secure Africa’s future by alleviating poverty and improving quality of life through rural electrification.
Aid in the expansion of conventional grid-based electricity to isolated rural communities through an affordable modern renewable energy service that is clean, safe and sustainable.
Develop community-based strategies that utilize electricity as the means to generate local revenue, create new businesses and in turn improve the standard of living.
Create a holistic approach to rural development by fostering strategic partnerships between the host communities, local government, local businesses and other institutions.
Facilitate access to modern learning technologies (education) and improved health services in local community institutions through access to electricity.
Create an ethical framework through which Jamii Power can interact with rural communities in order to create local ownership of its community power model.
Facilitate access to clean water supply for drinking, sanitation and irrigation through the use of community based electrical pumping systems.
Learn more at www.jamiipower.com/mission
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