Our Vision

Our vision is to transform literacy and technology by developing products and programs using innovative technology that targets transformative change, aiming to impact literacy and healthcare.

Our commitment to transform literacy.

AEW_2433 (2)In literacy we are committed to ease the hopelessness of a lack of educational opportunities and a lack of perceived social mobility by changing the cost of a wider variety of educational materials to be in balance with incomes. In this way we aim to enable poor communities to afford to educate as only they with their knowledge of skills needed in the local market can best determine so they stand an improved chance of becoming gainfully employed.

Our new Innovations.

Our approach extends to a host of additional game changing innovations we are proud to be working on; technology that not only addresses immediate needs, but builds capacity for solutions to sustain themselves.

Impact on Healthcare.

In health care we are not just facilitating the temporary donation of services and equipment to ease physical suffering from inadequate health care in poor rural areas, but looking to change the cost of delivering health care so that rural communities can economically support the presence of health care services themselves.

Impact on Social Welfare.

In terms of impacting on social welfare we are not just facilitating donations to those not able to meet their physical needs, but introducing processes and methodologies that promise to create massive job opportunities enabling more to provide for themselves.

Impact on the Energy sector.

In energy we are not just dropping in infrastructure that may go unmaintained and unused once the external funding and expertise are gone, but looking to provide renewable solutions that are reasonably within the economic means of the population to sustain, and that can be maintained with skills and manpower available locally

Our innovation and invention strategies.

Our proposals to potentially bring semiconductor advanced technology manufacturing to Africa will create high tech industries where none has existed before and employ potentially thousands of local engineers. These proposals are only possible because of the open source model we are using which will enable us to engage universities and train university students to a far greater degree than any other vendor, and these proposals are only possible again because of our methodology for breaking up complex tasks into simpler tasks spanning a single discipline and subject area this methodology we are developing to enable that engagement. No other company has any plan to bring a full high tech industry to Kenya.