SOLAR POWERED SCHOOLS IN KENYA

--------- a solar powered school in just 48 hours-----------

The Problem:-

In Kenya there were no schools+no electricity which means that children were not able to study and have access to school and because of all that children could not receive good education as stated in the anchor text "...electricity makes life difficult for the people who live beyond the African nation including hundreds and thousands of kids who might not have access to schools..." This evidence tells us that too many kids couldn't have access to school

The Solution:-

Even thought there was no electricity a British tech company named Aleutia desired to make a school which is solar powered + easy constructed which means it is easy to ship etc. And just because of this solar powered school more than 20,000 children were able to go to school

NO SCHOOLS!?

One of the most shocking things I've learned why researching this topic is that they are a very few schools in Kenya which is very sad to know. Most children spend their lives without reading or writing due to lack of their schools

CONTACT INFORMATION FOR ORGANIZATION

Phone number: (800-661-2511)

Fax: (213-237-6515)

E-mail: (reprints@krtinfo.com)

REALATION TO QUARTER 2 THEME

This also relates to unexpected events because many kids have never seen technology such as laptops and it would be very surprising for them to work on one of them

BIBILOGRAPHY

Patel, Julie. "Gifts to Masai Village School Add Fuel to Debate on Tribe's Future." San Jose Mercury News (CA). N.p.: San Jose Mercury News (CA), 2006. N. pag. Newspaper Source. Web. 26 Oct. 2015.

Dwyer, Liz. "Build a Solar-powered School in Rural Kenya – in 48 Hours." The Christian Science Monitor. The Christian Science Monitor, 23 Sept. 2015. Web. 21 Oct. 2015.

CAFOD: One Climate One World - Kenya Solar powered school