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ACCESS TO ENERGY FOR ALL

In Kenya 35 million people lack access to basic goods and services, such as electricity, clean cooking, potable water and digital inclusion.

Additionally there is a lack of jobs and income generating opportunities due to high unemployment.

We create jobs for women and youth to distribute the much needed essential products primarily solar powered products within their community and provide consumer financing enabling access and affordability.

Our Approach

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Recruit & Train

community based individuals, primarily women & youth, that become part of our village social entrepreneur (VSE) distribution network.

Equip

them with in-demand products primarily solar products and pay them on commission basis

Offer PAYGO

Offering consumer financing makes it easier for customers to afford our products.

Village Social Entrepreneurs (VSE's)

Core to our work is our Village Social Entrepreneurs (VSE’s). We recruit primarily women and youth.

Purpose Driven

Rooted in their communities

Work on Commission

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Solar Products Distributed

25,000+

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Beneficiaries 

Served

100,000+

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Household Savings

3.5 million

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Counties Covered

8/47

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Jobs Created (VSE's)

400+

Our Partners

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“I was a victim of burglary. Thieves stole my chickens and I had to stop rearing chicken. I bought the Sun King Home 120 with a motion sensor, and it makes me feel safer on my homestead. Since then, I have bought chicks that I will sell and buy a motorbike for my grandson. I reinvest the money I used to buy candles to buy chicken feeds.”                    

Rhoda Ndunge

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