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OUR MISSION

brubru's mission is to deploy, grow and scale nonprofit, community-owned mobile telecom networks

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OUR TEAM

Working toward a future where everyone has access to the resources needed to thrive

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OUR VISION

Affordable access to mobile telecom infrastructure and internet connectivity

Why it matters

Help us bridge the digital divide in the developing world

Can you imagine not using your phone for a week or a month? How would you feel to be without it? Disconnected and uniformed? Anxious? Helpless? It's unimaginable, right? The mobile phone has become an indispensible part of our daily lives.

Likewise, in the developing world, the mobile phone plays a crucial role in helping to save lives, eradicate extreme poverty, fight gender inequality, attain independence, and much more.

Sadly, today there are still a billion people who are not reaping the socio-economic benefits of mobile communication.

Even for those fortunate enough to own a phone, the airtime tariffs charged by incumbent telecom carriers often make mobile calling an exorbitantly expensive proposition and essentially an unaffordable mode of communication.

And when it comes to internet access, the statistics are even more depressing.

Your support changes lives

We need your help to reach our goal

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In the developing world, the mobile phone plays a crucial role in helping to save lives, eradicate poverty, fight gender inequality, attain independence, and much more. Your support will positively impact entire communities.

Your support is critical to reach our goal of $30,000 to bring sustainable connectivity to rural Mexico.

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Please support us today to help us connect the unconnected regions in the developing world. Donate Now

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Please join us in supporting our crowdfunding campaign to connect the unconnected in Tlaxcala, Mexico, by establishing the first community-owned rural cellular network. We need your assistance to help empower these marginalized communities.