By aggregating all the projects carried out and the indicators we use to measure their impact, we estimate that the cumulative impact across the different sectors is as follows:

More than 150,000 households benefiting from solar lighting in their homes: Cheaper, healthier and higher quality energy.

100,000 children and adolescents having access to education

10 schools and 4 libraries: More than 20,000 beneficiaries with access to general education.

Loans to schools in India to build new installations: 50,000 primary school children enjoying a better quality education.

Loans to university students: 50 students that can complete their studies.

500 sponsored children: having the opportunity to a better childhood.

2,500 radios handed out: Around 25,000 children with access to the education and information vital for daily life.

1,000 bicycles distributed: 1,000 adolescents living in remote parts of Andhra Pradesh able to reach their schools.

More than 140,000 microcredits: 140,000 families that can abandon the vicious circle of poverty.

More than 1,000 smallholder farmers benefitting from productivity gains and improved market access: higher incomes and better prospects for their families.

70,000 people with improved access to health services

112 water Wells: 45,000 persons with access to drinking water.

5 medical nutritional support programs: Close to 300 children who have recovered from severe malnutrition.

Infrastructural improvements of 3 clinics in remote areas of the DRC: 6,000 users, of which 3,000 are children benefit from improved access and medical attention.

Over 4,500 alerts identifying counterfeit medication, which if ingested, could have led to serious complications and even death in 70% of the cases.

1 shelter and mobile medical service: 10,000 homeless people can receive medical and social care.

110 dwellings build: 110 families that enjoy a new home.