This Internet Society Community Grant enabled our partnered team to bring Internet connectivity to the school of Lascahobas, Haiti. Internet connectivity took place in the second stage of our project: we first installed a 2.4 KiloWatt solar pv powering system at a primary school (the EFACAP school) in Laschaobas, Haiti, and returned in December, 2011, to connect this school to the Internet. Their internet, wifi, and all related connectivity equipment is solar-powered. We worked with the locally-based Haitian technicians (previously trained by project partner Inveneo) to install the Internet equipment and connect the school to the long-distance WiFi link in Lascahobas. We subsequently trained the teachers and administration in how to access web pages and the school server, and how to set up email addresses.