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Cycle Connect

Cycle Connect, formerly Bicycles Against Poverty, began as a lease-to-own bicycle organization with the mission of improving rural livelihoods and creating access to critical resources. Today, our social enterprise has grown our portfolio to include multiple productive assets, which allow our clients to continuously invest in their future and to propel forward.

UpEnergy

UpEnergy fights poverty, improves health, and protects forests by making clean energy technologies available to more people in the developing world through carbon-financed distribution channels. UpEnergy works with technology manufacturers and local partners to deliver high quality products such as efficient cookstoves, water purification technologies, and solar lights to poorly served households at affordable prices.

M-KOPA

M-KOPA has connected more than 500,000 homes in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda to solar power, with over 500 new homes being added every day. Customers pay a deposit of 3,500 KES (approx $35), take the system home then pay 50 KES (approx $0.50) a day for a period of one year, to own the solar system.

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Tugende

At Tugende, we create opportunity through ownership. We’re a for-profit social enterprise in Uganda that helps safe, reliable motorcycle taxi (boda-boda) drivers buy their own motorcycles, giving them the means to control their own tools of employment and kick starting a path to financial independence.

ENVenture

ENVenture aims to create and expand sustainable goods ventures (SGVs) in developing countries in order to increase access to low cost lighting, safe water, and cooking technologies that advance the health and sanitation of current living standards while improving the environment. Eliminating kerosene, three stone fires, and other harmful items used for everyday needs creates new income-generating opportunities, which ultimately benefits local people.

SolarNow

SolarNow sells high-quality, reliable solar home systems in Uganda and Kenya. With SolarNow’s PayPlan, selected clients can take advantage of 24 month credit terms. SolarNow works with a branch-network of 50 branches in Uganda and 16 branches in Kenya, all guaranteeing reliable after-sales services, including up to 20 years warranty on the PV modules. We transform the lives of East Africans by providing quality, sustainable energy solutions at affordable prices, through client focused, committed professionals.