Pod, our low-cost, durable solar–powered projector makes digital education accessible in rural parts of the developing world, without internet or mains power.
We work with teachers, schools and NGOs to identify the specific resource shortage, and therefore the need, to better identify what particular content is required by which teacher, in each school, in each location.
Once the need has been identified we communicate and display it through our digital platform to potential document donators. This ensures that the donations abide by specific requests to keep the content focused.
Organise & Verify
Next, the donated documents are filed, organised and then verified in order to be made publicly available for those who struggle to gain access to quality educational content.
Offline & Off-grid
It is quite common in the rural setting in the developing world for educational institutes to have no electricity or internet connection. To alleviate this issue POD allows documents to be preloaded via USB and has numerous renewable power sources.
Project & Learn
Often oversized classes require a collaborative method of learning and more importantly the hardware to enable this. POD displays the donated resources to a classroom in need, promoting collaborative learning and group reading.
Monitor & Measure
Once our digital platform and POD have been implemented, we will monitor the progress of this school and measure the educational and consequential social impact that our solution is having, in order to produce reports and refine the concept.