How We Wire Internet To Schools
Project Wired leverages existing internet infrastructure to connect as many school-going students to the internet as possible.
The Wifi internet we pay for in our houses lies rather idle during the day. We leave our houses early in the morning only to return late in the evening.
Wired through special agreements with its Home Wifi clients, we route this idle internet to public primary schools during the day to be used for learning purposes by students. Students get access to high-speed internet the entire day, where they can benefit from as much e-content.
When the day is over, and students have gone home, we wire the internet back to our clients’ homes who are by now returning back to their homes as well. This concept allows for society to benefit from idle but paid internet connectivity
Kilimani Primary School