Connecting the people

Providing connectivity where it matters most with mobile mesh networks

How Can RightMesh Help

'For the lowest 20% of earners in Latin America, adopting even the most basic mobile service would require 12% of total monthly income, well above the 2% threshold recommended by the UN Broadband Commission.' - GMSA Report

The Problem

Improving Lives

NGOs operate in some of the most challenging and complex environments on the planet. From refugee camps to conflict zones, connectivity isn’t always a guarantee, yet it represents a critical lifeline to many. In other contexts, connectivity represents the opportunity to share, transact, and learn. Often times, connectivity is not affordable or accessible in these environments. If it were, the impacts of these programs would be even more transformational.

Improve Connectivity

The Problem

Improving Lives

NGOs operate in some of the most challenging and complex environments on the planet. From refugee camps to conflict zones, connectivity isn’t always a guarantee, yet it represents a critical lifeline to many. In other contexts, connectivity represents the opportunity to share, transact, and learn. Often times, connectivity is not affordable or accessible in these environments. If it were, the impacts of these programs would be even more transformational.

Improve Connectivity

Transforming NGO operations with off-grid connectivity solutions

NGOs can use RightMesh to build connectivity solutions that can function in low-connectivity environments.

These solutions can be tailored at transforming aid worker operations, or can be focused on providing connectivity features to beneficiaries at low cost. RightMesh networks can be created without any traditional infrastructure in place.

In addition to supporting connectivity, the RightMesh team can develop third party mesh enabled applications for NGOs that align with our mission and vision on a case-by-case basis.

NGO Case Study:

W3 Engineers, Refugee Camp Messaging

Learn how RightMesh is being used by W3 Engineers to improve NGO aid worker operations within the Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh.

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