Education Pilot Overview

In Phase I of an eNeighborhood education implementation, we are setting out to locate a small number of schools to implement our education package in each of the countries with which we are working.  These pilots are intended to:

  • Make sure we have a clear set of localizations – this step involves translations of the user interface labels and directives and making sure that any local code values are correctly mapped to a common, standard set;
  • Illustrate how the solution can effectively enhance student academic progress and
  • Provide current cost data for running a school system with respect to local data access rates, transportation, and other logistics

An ideal candidate for such a pilot will:

  • Currently have little or no computer technical capabilities – typically, one of the teachers maintains any technology in his or her spare time
  • Be a junior or senior secondary school with 200 students or more

Education Pilot Facilities

This pilot will consist of hardware (computer, networking and solar energy), software and support services.


  • Identity Management – if there is no national ID system in place, we have access to a product can be used to assign and manage ID numbers for students, staff, schools, assessments and any other item that requires unique identifiers.
  • Online Education – this application combines student administration and online learning optimized for delivery to remote areas where the ability to manage IT equipment is limited, landline Internet services is not available, and the cost of wireless 3G/4G is very expensive.
    • Student and class management for keeping track of students, classes, attendance, test and semester grades, etc.
    • Classroom sharing – using closed-circuit videoconferencing, schools that are missing teachers for certain subjects (teacher shortages in remote areas) such as advanced science, computer programming and foreign languages can electronically share a classroom with another school who has such a teacher.
    • An online library of eBooks, optimized for use in remote areas



Portable Computer Labs

  • 15 ruggedized notebook computers
  • Rolling Cart / Charging Station
  • 3G/4G/5G wireless router
  • WAN extension antenna
  • Bright rechargeable LED classroom light
Low-voltage Solar Power

  • Collects energy during the day and stores it in a battery
  • At the end of the day, the charging station (with laptops in it) are connected to the battery and they recharge
  • The notebook computers have their own internal batteries that provide 10-16 hours of operation on a single charge
  • The rechargeable light would be used to give the school light for night-time community instruction