Case Studies

The RainMaker

« In 2015, the GSMA Mobile for Development Utilities programme awarded SunCulture a grant to design and scale solar-powered irrigation systems that make it cheaper and easier for farmers in Kenya to grow high-value fresh fruits and vegetables.
The RainMaker is a solar-powered irrigation system aimed at smallholder farmers, utilising pay-as-you-go technology to ensure affordability and therefore extending access to water pumping solutions to underserved communities in the developing world, starting with Kenya. »

Share The Meal

«How can you change the world with just US $ 0.50? #ShareTheMeal shows how this works.
Help children in need with just a tap on your phone – together with the UN! You can change the world and end global hunger – together with the United Nations! Download the app and share your meals with children in need. It costs only US $ 0.50 to feed one child for a day.
ShareTheMeal is one of 15 ideas for a better world in 2015.” (WIRED Germany)
United Nations World Food Programme: “ShareTheMeal has the potential to revolutionize the fight against hunger.
With just a tap on your smartphone you can feed a hungry child. We call this “to share the meal”. The app allows you to help children wherever you are and whenever you wish – while you’re enjoying dinner with your friends or during your lunch break at work.»


« Initiated by Nutriset in 2005, PlumpyField is a network of independent entrepreneurs who manufacture, in countries where they are most needed, ready-to-use nutritional solutions of the highest international quality standards that are used in the treatment and prevention of malnutrition. By sourcing raw ingredients locally and by running an innovative and responsible agro-industrial business, the PlumpyField partners support the social and economic development of their countries and contribute to nutritional autonomy for all.

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