Indeed, that's why Outernet, which inspired me for this proposal, is such an important project. They are already working very hard on your concern by broadcasting vital information to these areas where free knowledge is a scarce commodity. This kind of successful initiatives help a lot to reduce the education gap you are worried about.
People in these remote areas (eg. PNG, Mongolia, Madagascar) are surprisingly advanced and resourceful when it comes to getting access to satellite communication and to power it up with renewable energy.
In the demonstration, we actually intend to document a real life use case in such remote environment.
Gileon, I'm sorry. But I think it's not the time.
I repeat, it's interesting, but I think we need other priorities.
Think of more feasible projects, I like your enthusiasm and dedication.
For example: to use the Dash blockchain network (for its immediacy) to provide data immutability solutions in logistics and railways where you have experience (data from signaling beacons in accidents, etc.). It's an idea..