About: Project Tsehigh (PjT) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing uninterrupted energy to impoverished or remote communities around the world via renewable energy sources.
How: Our primary goal is to equip households with sustainable solar energy.
Where: With the continent of Africa having 1.8 billion youth, more than 20 times than anywhere in the world, PjT has chosen to begin here. Commencing in the country of Eritrea, the first community Project Tsehigh will service is the remote village of Maaya.
Who: There are 100 households in Maaya and PjT aims to light them all. Children, mothers, fathers, all families who like everyone on the planet deserve basic survival resources, will benefit from this project.
Why: At least a billion people on the planet live without electricity. Seventy percent of Eritreans live off the electrical grid. Project Tsehigh strives to decrease these numbers and create access to sustainable renewable energy for every human being.
When: By 2017, we project that 100 households will go from living without electricity to having solar energy. By 2018, we plan to provision solar energy to households and a school.