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May has been an important month for us. We recently came back from our Zambia visit, with great memories from the people and organizations. While our minds are filled with ideas, our bags came back empty; almost all HiLights were sold, and we are happy to now have a small local stock available in Lusaka. Read about our interesting discussions in Zambia in English or Swedish.
HiNation AB is now back in Sweden after a month in Zambia. During our trip we met a large number of organizations working to make life easier in rural areas in Zambia. 80% of Zambia’s population is still lacking access to the electrical grid – and even if you have electricity, you get hit regularly by unplanned or planned power outage, so-called “load shedding”. Every day, you see notices in the newspaper announcing that the electricity will be off, for example, 10 hours a day every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday to come. We met with many organizations, including in micro finance, and have high hopes of being able to contribute to a solution of electricity supply, both in urban and rural environments.
On Wednesday, HiNation packed the bags and headed for Lusaka, Zambia, to conduct a pre-study in a project belonging to SIDA sponsored “Innovations Against Poverty” programme. During the coming month, HiNation will meet with ministries, NGOs and other organizations to discuss and test how to enable access to HiLights in low income groups in Zambia.
HiNation packs the bags to participate in “Sweden week” in Lusaka, Zambia, as a part of project “Business for Development” with SIDA and the Swedish Foreign Ministry. More info to come!