FY2018 - FY2019
Kenya Activity Report
Harvesting vegetables and school lunch services have become possible through the use of a solar-powered water pump.
The village of Enkutoto, where Maasai live, has no access to electricity. Since October 2018, Panasonic has assisted the village by supplying electricity in partnership with World Vision Japan.
Based on the activity plan, the community has been supported to start farming on the school premises by using a solor-powered water pump, and that contributed to harvesting tomatoes.The community were able to make profits by selling the yield, and the school managed to start daily lunch services by using the profit.
Future activities to create more social impacts
From now on, we will develop maintenance technicians capable of examining equipment malfunctions, carrying out repairs as necessary, and analyzing the causes of the problems. If community residents acquire such skills, then they will be able to minimize repair charges paid to electrical contractors.
We will contribute to the sustainable development of communities by establishing an independent electrical equipment maintenance system for residents.