The aim of the project is to electrify 300 off-grid private clinics across rural Kenya. These off-grid clinics will gain access to electricity and their patients will gain access to higher levels of care enabled by this electricity access. Sales to these clinics will also provide much-needed revenue for the client that will allow them to reduce the risk of layoffs in these difficult times. The project will improve the quality of healthcare to an estimated 480,000 vulnerable citizens (an average 1600 people are covered per rural clinic as per World Resources Institute). d.light employees are secondary beneficiaries, as they would be assured job and income security thanks to the continuity of d.light operations.
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