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Teacher gives a "thumps up" after successfully completing a training activity

Peru project grows with Scratch workshops

Dana Rensi, PPI’s regional director for Latin America, spent the month of March in Peru providing training and working to further develop the computer labs installed by PPI. She conducted
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Student Rihana Robert smiles next to a computer at school

Update from Gyekrum Arusha Secondary School

We installed the computer lab at Gyekrum Arusha Secondary School in September 2023. Recently, we caught up with students and teachers at the School to find out how the computer
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Exciting News: Welcoming The Addax and Oryx Foundation to the Powering Potential Family!

We are excited to announce that the Addax and Oryx Foundation has become a new funder of Powering Potential!  The Addax and Oryx Foundation is a leading funder of projects
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Powering Potential Continues to Empower Youth with Successful Installation of Computer Labs at Oldeani and Chaenda Secondary Schools

In our relentless mission to empower the youth of Tanzania through solar energy and technology, we are thrilled to announce a remarkable achievement – the successful installation at Oldeani and
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Board Member Visits Tanzania

Phil Brandt, Board Secretary of Powering Potential Inc. (PPI), just returned from Tanzania, where he visited four Karatu District schools that recently received SPARC+ computer labs (Solar Power Access to
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Karatu District Project Underway

On February 10, 2023, the Daily News newspaper of Tanzania published an article about our Karatu District Project.
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Dream Come True at Nanenane

Nanenane Secondary School students and teachers are the latest beneficiaries of a SPARC (Solar Powered Access to Raspberry Computing) computer lab program donated by Powering Potential Inc. (PPI) in partnership
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SPARC+ at SoitSambu in Ngorongoro, Tanzania

SoitSambu Secondary School students and staff were all cheers and smiles in January as they received a SPARC+ program (Solar Powered Access to Raspberry Computing) from Powering Potential whose mission
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Zanzibar Pi-oneer Maintenance

In early October, staff from the Potential Enhancement Foundation (PEF), Powering Potential’s sister organization in Tanzania, traveled from the Tanzanian mainland to the archipelago of Zanzibar to perform system maintenance
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