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Nous ensemble - final presentation

  1. 1. Jayati Ambekar · Andrew Cerrito · Tarana Gupta · Sergio Majluf Yuliya Parshina-Kottas · Youjin Shin · Natalie Tschechaniuk · Jon Wasserman
  2. 2. NOUS ENSEMBLE 1. Background 2. Introduction 3. How it works 4. Budget 5. Impact 6. Next Steps
  3. 3. Background
  4. 4. CONTEXT
  5. 5. OUR FOCUS GROUP 1 Local, reduced-cost energy GROUP 2 Knowledge transfer systems
  6. 6. OUR FOCUS GROUP 1 Local, reduced-cost energy Rural energy solutions and empowering women GROUP 2 Knowledge transfer systems
  7. 7. THE CHALLENGE Because access to electrical power is scarce, Burundian mobile phone users spend up to 25% of their income just on charging their phones. Reducing this expense can have enormous impact in such a resource-constrained environment.
  8. 8. Introduction
  9. 9. NOUS ENSEMBLE (we all) entrepreneurship project is a collaborative which brings accessible and affordable mobile phone charging to villages.
  10. 10. MARIE’S STORY
  11. 11. How it works
  12. 12. HOW IT WORKS UNICEF Innovation Lab Solidarity Groups Informs solidarity groups about the project, ● Spread the word about the project and get their help identifying participants ● ● Identify entrepreneurial candidates ● Coordinates/leads workshops ● Arrange the delivery of materials ● Reach out and select NGO to handle loans
  13. 13. HOW IT WORKS UNICEF Innovation Lab Monitors the NGO Partner & Evaluates Pilot Women Entrepreneurs Local NGO Partner Get technical training & business ● Collects repayments knowledge ● ● Reports to UNICEF ● Get parts for a solar charger ● Team-up and start a business
  14. 14. HOW IT WORKS Women Entrepreneurs ● Share work and domestic End Users ● responsibilities Gain access to convenient local charging stations ● Built-in support group ● Lower monetary and time costs ● New source of income to support ● Lower overall risk families
  15. 15. Budget
  16. 16. BUDGET Solar Charging Kit ~$36 ● 18 Watt solar panels $1/watt ● 12V battery $7/ea ● Car cigarette lighter socket $7/ea ● Car phone chargers $3/ea FOB (destination) $52 ~ $32 all prices USD
  17. 17. POTENTIAL IMPACT FOR COMMUNITIES Money saved on mobile charging: Cost/Charge # Charges/Week Cost/Month Cost/Year $1.60 $19.20 $2.88 $34.56 Current lowest $0.20 Current highest $0.32 Nous Ensemble $0.06 $0.48 $5.76 30% $1.12 $13.44 SAVINGS 2
  18. 18. Impact
  19. 19. POTENTIAL IMPACT FOR COMMUNITIES Money saved on mobile charging can be spent on: Education Costs Annual school fees/related costs ~$5 (primary) ~$16 (secondary) ~$40 (boarding) SAVINGS from charging a phone twice a week with nous ensemble $1.12/month $13.44/year
  20. 20. POTENTIAL IMPACT FOR COMMUNITIES Money saved on mobile charging can be spent on: Portable / Rechargeable Lights Nuru Light $2 each Less firewood to collect Extended usable hours at home SAVINGS from charging a phone twice a week with nous ensemble $1.12/month $13.44/year
  21. 21. POTENTIAL IMPACT FOR COMMUNITIES Money saved on better lighting also yields: Better Health and Safer Homes Reduced or no more SAVINGS from charging a phone twice a week with nous ensemble ● ● ● kerosene fumes burns fire hazard $1.12/month $13.44/year
  22. 22. POTENTIAL IMPACT FOR WOMEN Female entrepreneurs will: Establish an image of women as income earners Raise the value of all women in the community Serve as positive role models to young girls
  23. 23. Next Steps
  24. 24. MARIE’S STORY
  25. 25. TELECOMS SMS Marketing Service Reduced Fees National Telecoms notify their mobile customers when a new Nous Ensemble business opens in their area. Telecoms will provide reduced fees for Nous Ensemble transactions in exchange for increased usage of their network and services by customers.
  26. 26. MOBILE MONEY SYSTEM Mobile Money Leo™ —a mobile money transfer platform pilot in Burundi — is off to a promising start. Users are expected to increase by 400% by year’s end. The availability of this platform will make it easier for customers to pay business owners and make loan repayment more convenient for the business owners.
  27. 27. MOBILE MONEY SYSTEM Data Collection The transactions conducted using this platform can be collected as aggregate data to provide clearer information on phone usage patterns for both the telecoms and UNICEF.
  28. 28. MICROFINANCE Local Donors Investment Options The mobile money platform allows Nous Ensemble to broaden their microfinancier base to include local donors. Burundians will be able to make small investments in fellow Burundians. Investors will be able to choose between providing no-interest loans or making a small return on their investment.
  29. 29. Information Opportunity Choice
  30. 30. Thank You
  31. 31. PROJECT TIMELINE Nous Ensemble launches with 10 businesses LAUNCH Project expands to 50 businesses Project expands to 200 businesses Project expands to 500 businesses Telecoms Mobile Money Microfinance 1 YEAR 2 YEARS 3 YEARS
  32. 32. CHRIS SAYS: Pick 3 outcomes and make a slide for each with one or two bullet points (1) what can the end user get now that he is paying less for phone charging? (instead of just charging phone, now he can charge phone and ….send kid to school/buy solar lamp/etc - school costs abou $60/year - $10 fees, $40 uniforms $10 supplies) Weak telecommunications and transportation infrastructure force volunteers to travel long distances by foot over difficult terrain and rely solely on paper based reporting systems resulting in frequent information gaps and delays.
  33. 33. POTENTIAL IMPACT FOR COMMUNITIES Money saved AND money earned should be able to put at least one light into every household. This positively impacts child and adult education, the opportunity to do work/homework, therefore higher matriculation rate.
  34. 34. POTENTIAL IMPACT FOR COMMUNITIES This positively impacts several healthrelated issues (infant mortality, kerosene-related health issues, nonemergency medical treatment)
  35. 35. POTENTIAL IMPACT FOR COMMUNITIES This positively impacts women. Gives them the opportunity to have upper hand in family to make decisions and self confidence.
  36. 36. BUSINESS ANALYSIS: ACCUMULATED MONTHLY COST v/s REVENUE
  37. 37. MONTHLY BUDGET Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Revenue $8.40 $11.20 $16.80 $25.20 $31.50 $31.50 $31.50 $27.72 $27.72 $27.72 $25.20 - Equipment $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $4.33 $4.33 $4.33 $4.33 $4.33 $4.33 $4.33 - Insurance $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $2.00 $2.00 $2.00 $2.00 $2.00 $2.00 Cost $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $6.33 $6.33 $6.33 $6.33 $6.33 Group Profit $8.40 $11.20 $16.80 $18.87 $25.17 $25.17 $25.17 Individual Salary $2.10 $2.80 $4.20 $4.72 $6.29 $6.29 Avg. family income $120.00 $120.00 $120.00 $120.00 $120.00 New family salary $122.10 $122.80 $124.20 $124.72 Increase 2% 2% 4% 4% Sep Oct Nov 1st Year 2nd Year $25.20 $289.66 $328.86 $4.33 $4.33 $39.00 $0.00 $2.00 $2.00 $2.00 $18.00 $24.00 $6.33 $6.33 $6.33 $6.33 $57.00 $24.00 $21.39 $21.39 $21.39 $18.87 $18.87 $232.66 $304.86 $6.29 $5.35 $5.35 $5.35 $4.72 $4.72 $58.17 $76.22 $120.00 $120.00 $120.00 $120.00 $120.00 $120.00 $120.00 $1,440.00 $1,440.00 $126.29 $126.29 $126.29 $125.35 $125.35 $125.35 $124.72 $124.72 $1,498.17 $1,516.22 5% 5% 5% 4% 4% 4% 4% 4% 4% 5%
  38. 38. EACH first 10 prototypes and test run $ / unit unit # needed cost Weight ~us$5/Kg FOB (dest) Solar panels $0.80 watt 15 $12.00 1.5 7.5 $19.50 12V battery $7.00 ea 1 $7.00 1.5 7.5 $14.50 car cigarette lighter socket $2.50 ea 3 $7.50 0.1 0.5 $8.00 car phone charger $3.00 ea 3 $9.00 0.2 1 $10.00 $17 $52 TOTAL $35.5 EACH next 200 units Solar panels $0.70 watt 15 $10.50 1.5 6 $16.50 12V battery $5.00 ea 1 $5.00 1.5 3 $8.00 car cigarette lighter socket $1.50 ea 3 $4.50 0.1 0.2 $4.70 car phone charger $1.00 ea 3 $3.00 0.2 0.4 $3.40 $10 $32.6 TOTAL $23

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