zeroXess electrification powers connectivity. Connectivity powers knowledge. Knowledge powers social and economic progress.
Nigeria is home to 15 million children without education. Poverty forces children into child labor and limits their education. Research shows that child workers display poor educational achievements. More than two thirds of children remain illiterate by the end of primary school.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO LIVE WITHOUT ENERGY ACCESS?
Imagine life without electricity. No light at night, no TV or radio to stay informed. No easy way to keep a business open after dark, or for children to study in the evening.
Now think of the solutions people without electricity resort to — polluting kerosene lamps, candles and smoky, inefficient cookstoves.