Tanzania: Bluetti LAAF initiative donates 250 solar kits to address energy shortages in rural schools in Tanzania

Tanzania: Bluetti LAAF initiative donates 250 solar kits to address energy shortages in rural schools in Tanzania

As Tanzania continues to grapple with severe power outages, the negative impact on students’ education is becoming increasingly apparent.

Frequent power outages disrupt study routines, limiting students’ ability to adequately prepare for exams.

The situation is dire and many students are forced to study by candlelight, compromising academic performance and the overall learning experience.

In response to this problem, Bluetti, a global leader in renewable energy through its Lighting An Africa Family (LAAF) project, donated 250 solar power kits to Nkokakirika Primary School and Poli Primary School in Arusha Poli, Tanzania on July 8, 2024.

This donation aims to reduce the unreliable power supply issues faced by students and improve learning opportunities so that they can study and complete their assignments even after dark.

The meeting includes a large participation of students, teachers, community leaders, village chiefs and representatives of Bluetti in Tanzania Arusha Poli.

Annelise Boniface, the headmistress of Nkokakirika Primary School, who could not hide her joy, praised Bluetti’s effort, noting that the initiative will enable students to study without interruptions and pave the way for brighter academic performance.

Giving his vote of thanks for the donation, Onesmo Krilo, the Njoro Village Commissioner, said: “We are grateful to Bluetti for supporting and empowering the education of our children; this donation will have a great impact on the school and our community at large and our children will be able to focus on their studies.”

LAAF is Bluetti’s corporate social responsibility project created to enlighten millions of African families by providing clean energy solutions to communities struggling with unreliable electricity and improving quality of life while promoting sustainability.

So far, the LAAF project has made a series of donations in 10 African countries, including Nigeria, Malawi, Chad and Tanzania, with the aim of reaching millions of households.

Bluetti is dedicated to continuing this mission, ensuring that every child has the opportunity to learn in a nurturing environment.

Regions and institutions in need are encouraged to contact us via [email protected]