We potentially have a logistical nightmare ahead of us in Zimbabwe with the #COVID19 vaccines,  inoculation of school children VS the social distancing observations so we need more mobile units as quick as possible. Our school to school inoculation campaign has the potential to impact 500 school children per day per mobile unit, we aim to impact at least 15000 per month in the under served communities.

The 1.5KVa solar and wind power generated enables the 190l vaccine freezer, with temperature control of up to minus 37 Degrees Celsius to work on the go in off-grid communities.

For the general primary healthcare services, we have an "always up" internet connectivity that allows for virtual doctors' consultation room function well and other basic clinic equipment all powered from the solar and wind energy on the roof of the repurposed van.

We presently have one locally built mobile unit and we are keen to get investors who can help us scale up to at least 40-50 vans within the next 18-24 months.


A  #renewableenergy solution to distribute healthcare to under privileged  communities.  @Regain37 introduced the ‘ZimbosAbantu’ a repurposed van powered by solar and wind energy. Energy generated amounts to 1.5KVa which enables the 190L vaccine freezer, with temperature control of up to minus 37 Degrees Celsius to work on the go in off-grid communities. There is also  an internet connectivity and other basic clinic equipment.