In the age of fiber optics and 4G/5G deployments, four billion people still do not have access to a working internet - be it because of poor infrastructures, high data costs or even censorship.
Kiwix is an offline browser, meaning that it can read websites that are stored locally or downloaded from its library. Be it the entirety of Wikipedia, or books, or videos, it does not matter: Kiwix is content agnostic and works on any platform.
Kiwix now has around 4 million users in 200 countries, from Antarctica to Cuba to North Korea and we plan on 100 million users by 2023. It is already being deployed in African schools, in European and US prisons, or used by medical students in India.