Internet for Humanity establishes low-cost reliable internet browsing and email systems in isolated and impoverished regions of the world. Our clients include hospitals, non-profits and humanitarian organizations, as well as local schools, cooperatives and other community initiatives. If you are a humanitarian organization and believe you are too impoverished or remote to afford direct communications, our goal is to help you.
Internet for Humanity is located in Victoria, BC. We have 11 years experience establishing and supporting reliable low-cost internet browsing and email systems in isolated and impoverished regions of the world; first with HF-Radios, now with cell-phone internet data. In Uganda, we have installed 17 systems since 2011; 13 are active (7 Farmer Co-ops, 5 Schools) impacting over 25,000 farmers and students. Through trial & error, we have developed an effective mentorship model which we now desire to implement on a National Scale, more than doubling the present number of centers.