The interesting thing about education is that when you say the word ‘education’ most people shudder. On the other hand when you mention ‘gathering essential information’ then it is a whole different ball game.
We in Europe take this for granted and sometimes even resent its compulsory presence, but in some countries, where free education is not widely available, let alone compulsory, there are people who would jump at the chance to go to school.
Unfortunately school is either too far away or is too expensive i.e. it costs something to attend. They would love to know how to stop themselves from being ill or even dying, dig for water, farm for food or just write a letter.
Well whilst on its travels the the Off Road Artic could provide a free educational service equipped with all the necessary facilities to turn it into a stand alone mobile classroom which has the ability to move around in very rough terrain, running a circuit around the outlying villages helping to enable education and goodwill to all.
This mobile off road clinic is equiped with a solid hinge-out canopy which doubles up with hinge-out side panels to form the periphery of the classroom. There is a large daylight illuminated/shader projector, which is attached to the canopy on the outside of the semi-trailer which tranforms into a mobile cinema for play and educational films.