Breakthrough Technologies. Innovative Scaling Models. Transformative Impact.

Our Approach

Technology plays a critical role in providing access to food, electricity, clean water and primary healthcare. We believe a better and more sustainable future for those living in poverty is possible if we bring the right technologies with the right actors to the right markets.

Disrupting scale: A new model

Our model ensures user-centered design, market adoption and a scaling infrastructure for long-term sustainability.

Tech for development: A look at impact

Since our inception in 2015, our work has contributed to alleviating poverty in India, Kenya and Nigeria. 

Mobilizing the ecosystem: Advancing a technology agenda

As part of our mandate we’re committed to sharing our learnings with the technology for development ecosystem to drive collective progress in achieving the SDGs by 2030.

Our Portfolio

Our growing technology portfolio spans a breadth of areas in energy access, health enablers, food security and environmental toxicity.

Solar Mini-Grids

Rural Electrification

Groundwater Drill

Food Security and Agriculture, Water Security

Solar Vaccine Fridge

Health and Sanitation

Our Partners

The success of our model is fueled by strategically integrating partnerships along the technology lifecycle. Whether it’s in the early stages of problem identification and research or downstream in the development of the go-to-market strategy, our partners are an extension of our team.



Early Stage Technology

Early Stage Technology

Design Engineering

Design / Engineering



Mapping the world's most pressing problems

The 50 Breakthroughs report serves as the technology complement to the SDGs. Grounded in rigorous analysis of each of the issues brought forward by the 2017 UN SDGs, the report identifies the 50 most critical technologies required to eradicate global poverty.

At its core, the 50 Breakthroughs is a call-to-action to the global development ecosystem to prioritize talent, resources and funding towards technologies that matter.