The E-MAGINE system we had built and travelled with to Kenya was to be tested at the Kithoka Amani Children’s Home (KACH) which was set to have solar panels and deep-cycle batteries on hand as we were unable to travel with them or purchase them locally. A massive crate had been shipped to the orphanage from Spain and it was explained that its contents included both panels and batteries. We unfortunately however could not open or use any of them until the donors had arrived and configured their entire solar-system first therefore the wait was scheduled for at least 3-4 weeks. With the timeline of the trip coming to a close, it is my hope that we will receive good news on their solar set-up and have room therein for the integration of our system! Over the course of my last few days in Kenya, I will make it a point to visit the schools and agencies visited last summer such as the Dagoretti Muslim Primary School in Nairobi as well as the Arid Lands Information Network (ALIN) to maintain and develop the relationships built and also identify where and how we can assist them in their collective efforts to educate, empower and better their communities.