Ushahidi Raises Over $127K To Ensure Internet Access Worldwide

Patrick Peck | | May 29, 2013

The non-profit technology company developed BRCK to help Internet users from San Francisco to Nairobi get connected and stay online.

“If it works in Africa, it will work anywhere.”

Such is the motto of Ushahidi, a non-profit technology company that has fund-raised over $127,000 on Kickstarter to produce “the easiest, most reliable way to connect to the Internet.” To combat the universal problem of getting connected and staying online, the Ushahidi team developed a prototype dubbed BRCK.