Kopernik finds what works to reduce poverty by experimenting with potential solutions that address common challenges facing people living in the last mile. Kopernik undertakes three core types of work to achieve this: experimentation, last mile consulting and technology distribution.
Kopernik exists to serve underserved and disadvantaged people around the world by striving to find more effective solutions to poverty reduction. Kopernik harnesses our strengths in lean experimentation and data collection, along with our high-risk appetite to test new ideas and find what works.
Kopernik places utmost importance on working to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals for, and with last mile communities in order to realize sustainable development and a world that is free from poverty. Kopernik currently focuses on six areas of expertise (Energy & environment, water & sanitation, agriculture & fisheries, health, education, women’s economic empowerment) largely concentrated within the Southeast Asia region, and in particular Indonesia.