We have developed a compact offline portable web and email network server powered by battery pack, charged with a mini solar panel and we call it Lokole, named after a musical/communications instrument used by our ancestors in the Congo, DRC (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lokole). The Lokole device minimizes data bandwidth when it connects to Internet to exchange information with the Lokole cloud server. This reduces the cost of data so that 100 people would share a $1 per day to send as many emails with attachments as they wish. This would be affordable and sustainable for the refugees and forcibly displaced populations.
The Lokole device would help to increase access to reliable and cost-effective legal support. Would help to reduce barriers to education and skills training for displaced youth, refugees and forcibly displaced populations.