Tsekwele Secondary School is located in the Mangochi District of Malawi, 12 km away from the electrical grid and the closest energy supply. The school serves 280 students from 70 different villages.
None of the existing four classrooms at Tsekwele had electricity, so it was impossible to hold classes or teacher/parent/student meetings at night.

Without the ability to study easily or complete homework at night, students are unprepared, fall behind in class and fail exams. Bringing solar energy to Tsekwele Secondary School has changed the lives of students, teachers and the community as a whole.

In partnership with Innovation Africa, ERI’s support for Tsekwele Secondary School  provided not only electricity, but also computers, a projector, benches and tables.

Renovation of primary classrooms at PYDS school

Dehradun / India

The PYDS (Purkal Youth Development Society) project in Dehradun, India, supported by ERI to renovate 5 primary classrooms is now complete and has provided the children with a pleasant, clean, appropriate and stimulating new environment.
This is a decisive element in convincing local parents to send their children to school and it also contributes to the students enjoying school and continuing their education afterwards.

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ASED 10 years of partnership

Geneva / Switzerland

By supporting ASED, we are helping numerous children and young adults to receive an appropriate education, improving the quality of life of young people with disabilities, supporting young mothers…

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Cape Town / South Africa

Afternoon Angels is an initiative supported by Ikamva Labantu, a South African association, that aims to keep schoolchildren in the slums of Cape Town safe after school.

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