The Lady Volta Professional School trains young rural people in electricity and solar energy. This two years program aims to help them acquire professional skills but also to prepare them to lead a successful professional life.
Besides theoretical classes in electricity and solar energy, we offer classes in English, Social Studies and Life Skills, and a repair workshop which allows students to apply their newly acquired skills while over time bringing money for the school to achieve progressively sustainability

Charge-up Ghana: Train women to produce small, cheap and low-tech solar-powered devices such as cell phone rechargers, lamps and radios. In the first phase of the project we aim to produce 200 solar-powered cell phone rechargers and some prototypes for other solar-powered devices. The devices would be produced and sold locally. The ultimate goal is to generate income for young vulnerable women, while at the same time promoting employment and local business, and improving local productivity.