Second chances through Global Learning XPRIZE

World Food Programme (WFP) teams up with XPRIZE to provide 2,700 children in Tanzania with education software as part of a US$15 million global competition

Pili connects one of the children’s tablets to the solar charging station. The charge typically lasts 3–5 days. Photo: WFP/Max Wohlgemuth

Meet Pili Esto. She is officially known as a Mama Vitongoji — Swahili for Sub-village Mama — and has one of the most important…

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Max Wohlgemuth

Max Wohlgemuth

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Max Wohlgemuth is studying a Masters in Global Development at Cornell University. Former communications Consultant for World Food Programme Tanzania.