The Energy of Hope


- Promoting children's access to affordable, sustainable, and quality energy;

- Enhancing the quality of secondary education through digital access;

- Identifying, developing, and providing an appropriate digital solution in favour of education, health and protection.


Solar lamps for schoolchildren in the Sahel

Distributing individual solar lamps to primary and secondary school pupils, including the creation of charging stations within schools.

These lamps allow to:

- Offer a sustainable alternative to oil lamps, which are sources of pollution;
- Prevent girls from dropping out of school by making their commutes safer;
-  Provide pupils with more time to study.

Equipped with mobile phone chargers, they also promote the digital inclusion of families.

Access to digital education in high schools

Providing electricity through sources of renewable energy and creation of digital libraries in high schools located in rural areas.

Digital access allows to:

- Provide educational resources to teachers, to strengthen their capacities and support them in their teaching;

- Provide students with access to content adapted to local school curricula;

- Fight against the isolation of teachers and to develop the creativity and initiative of students.

Tech for Child - Promoting the provision of digital content and mobile applications for the protection, access to education, and health of children

The Tech for Child platform created by AMADE brings together various partners involved in digital innovation (incubators, entrepreneurs, investors, mobile phone operators, financial partners, foundations, etc.) at the service of children.  Tech for Child's objectives are as follows:

- Identifying, incubating, and accelerating mobile applications that address issues related to education, health, and child protection;

- Developing an offer of adapted content;

- Promoting the distribution of these applications.

YERE - A last-mile distribution network providing access to energy and digital technology                                

AMADE also launched the YERE network, a local distribution network helping children access energy. YERE also aims to promote and distribute via this network the dedicated digital solution developed by AMADE and its partners, which includes all associated services.

Through energy, the YERE network aims to be a vehicle for inclusion and integrated development for children and their communities.

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Sustainable electricity for the Amazon

Health - Energy of Hope

Improve community children's access to quality education and healthcare.

Prevent the exodus of young people through the development of income-generating activities and the valorization of local products.


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Yère,a distribution network extended remotely, to the last kilometre, for children’s access to energy and associated goods and services – pilot phase

Education - Yère, a distribution network extended

To design a “last kilometre” distribution network for children’s access to energy and the goods and services associated with it, focusing on facilities for schools: solar-powered lamps and charging stations, and the establishment of energy kiosks.  

To test this network at 10 schools, with 2 energy kiosks.



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Access to digital services and reinforcement of the quality of secondary education for students in Northern Bangladesh.

Education - Digital school education North Bangladesh

To improve access to knowledge through the electrification of schools, access to internet, and the creation of a digital platform.

To provide training for pedagogical teams and students in the use of developed digital tools.

To give students the means of becoming active participants, through better understanding of the issues related to climate change, and through discussions with international educational institutions



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Fighting digital divide and preventing academic disengagement among the disadvantaged or vulnerable youth

Education - Strengthening the quality of education

Fighting digital divide and preventing the academic disengagement of underprivileged and vulnerable children in the PACA region.

Intended specific objectives for each beneficiary are :

- Access to and use of computing tools ;
- Stengthen link with school and educational skills ;
- Develop self-confidence and open-mindedness through a mentoring pogram with a student.


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Translation of Zero Mothers Die app in Swahili

Health - Fight against infant mortality

Set up a systematic approach that contributes to reduce maternal mortality through the use of the ZMD app by pregnant women under the care of Goma's Mother-Child Center and Panzi hospital

Congo, The Democratic Republic Of The


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