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Lifeline Energy Lifeplayer Radio

The Lifeplayer is the first MP3-enabled multi-band radio designed and engineered for the humanitarian sector. This tool combines radio, media player, cellular and Internet content.

Lifeline Energy Lifeplayer Radio

Primary Function: To deliver on-demand content anytime, anywhere.

Targeted Beneficiaries: Communities in developing countries, especially those in remote areas and/or with limited electricity.

Need Addressed: Lack of ability to listen to radio broadcasts - an important educational tool and means of communication (due to remoteness, lack of electricity, etc.)

Uniqueness: The Lifeplayer receives FM/AM/SW radio broadcasts and can store 64GB of content. Users can record their own content. It is powered by a detachable solar panel and has a winding mechanism as a back-up power source. It also comes with an optional 12v wall charger for when electricity is available.

Dimensions: Height: 305mm, Depth: 131mm, Width: 144mm, Weight 1.4kg

User Requirements: Requires sun, wind-up crank (included) or electricity to charge.

Resources: lifelineenergy.org/our-technology/the-lifeplayer/

Approximate Cost: Not Listed

Lifeline Energy Lifeplayer Radio

Geographic Coverage: Current projects in Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan and Zambia. For more information, visit lifelineenergy.org/our-projects/

Distributor: Lifeline Energy

Primary Contacts: Contact information available at lifelineenergy.org/contact-us/

Languages Spoken: English

Phone Number: UK: +44 20 7 193 8638; South Africa: +27 21 447 6397

Physical Address: Offices in the United Kingdom, South Africa and the United States. Addresses available at lifelineenergy.org/contact-us/

Website: http://lifelineenergy.org/

Other Information and Links: lifelineenergy.org/new-video-of-our-lifeplayer-in-ethiopia/

Lifeline Energy Lifeplayer Radio

The Lifeplayer is the first MP3-enabled multi-band radio designed and engineered for the humanitarian sector. This tool combines radio, media player, cellular and Internet content.

A Community Enterprise Solutions Group Resource | 2012