This summer we added sections to our "Circuits and Solar" curriculum, and we have had our first trial of the new curriculum yesterday and today (in Guatemala)
The additional material helps students understand how to connect solar panels together to either create higher voltage or higher amperage. (The total amount of electricity is the same)
We are not achieving our goal to support our NGO friends in Cameroon. We will continue this campaign and add a new page on our website to see if we can create a better support network for our partners.
We will be posting about the Cameroon campaign later this fall.
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