Just over ONE YEAR since the demolition of the Calais Jungle, and we’re still working hard on our W-Fi solutions for humanitarian emergencies.
Back in 2015, we put up the first large Wi-Fi network in the Jungle which was used by thousands of people every week.
After the partial demolition, we provided the Wi-Fi system used by the very first Refugee Info Bus which proved to be very useful during the entire demolition of the camp, when people needed information more than ever.
Fast forward to now, and we’re still working to provide internet access for some of the hundreds of people still living in precarious conditions in and around Calais.
Check out our page Jāṅgala for specific updates relating to Wi-Fi:
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