Why not develop an app that stores BHL content on a device like an iPad, then distribute those? Support updating the content over the network so the user isn't stuck with content they no longer need. In effect, something like Amazon's Kindle app or iBooks would do the trick. You'd need to compress BHL content to keep the size down (the images BHL currently displays on its web site could be made a lot smaller) but this is doable. Indeed, the BHL Africa could be an ideal motivation to move BHL to platforms such as phones and tablets, where at the moment users have to struggle with a website that makes no concessions to those devices.
Of course, it doesn't have to be the iPad as such. Imagine if BHL published books and articles on Amazon, then used Kindle to deliver content physically (i.e., ship Kindles), and anyone else could access it directly from Amazon using their Kindle (or Kindle app on iPad).