We all have the right to have our basic needs for filled and one of those is having basic healthcare. The medical clinic in Linga Linga had been standing finished for over some years but had not been opened due to it was missing electricity to run a refrigerator and the lightning. Closest medical treatment for the people living in Linga Linga was to travel to the closest city, which is a distance of at least 30 km away. Most people in the village lack transportation possibilities, except taking the local minibuses that means standing on the back of a pick up together with dozens of other people. Sometimes there is transport and some days there are none. Having a clinic in the village would make it possible for the people to seek help earlier before medical conditions would have worsened and also feeling safe that if something would happen there is a place where they can turn to for help.
David and Hampus began their study by investigating what would be the best power solution for the clinic, one took into great consideration that it should be built using locally available materials and that the energy should be renewable. The students chose between the power solutions of solar, wind, hydro and biomass.
It was decided to install a solar power solution since it had the most favourable aspects for the location. A large solar system of 1000 watts was installed next to the medical clinic together with batteries to store energy 600amp. It was dimensioned to be able to cool a refrigerator and light the building inside and outside. The new solar panels made it possible to open the medical clinic in June 2019. Local leaders representing the Government have gotten interested in the project and now wants Project Vita to build a maternity clinic next to the medical clinic.