With more than 15 million primary and secondary students at home in Kenya, the Ministry of Education announced it would broadcast lessons up to eight hours daily through dedicated radio and television channels. Aside governmental efforts to help provide electricity for rural communities, Solar companies like Azuri Technologies meet the rising challenge, by providing electricity for some communities in Kenya to adapt to learning in challenging times and supports learners physically displaced from schools. Azuri has been operating in sub-Saharan Africa since 2012 with presence in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Nigeria. The company’s solar-powered satellite Television is helping rural children across Kenya to access the new education channels, ensuring these communities are equally benefiting from the national initiative for digital education as other students in urban areas, connected by the grid. Azuri-powered off-grid households can also access learning through Radio “Taifa”, with lessons broadcast throughout the day from Monday to Friday. Families have testified that they are able to also stay up to date with the news and information by the government, and more importantly, their children can continue their studies, with the solar TV they can watch and learn as though they were in school.