Digital education in Kenya

Introduction of digital tools at secondary schools in Kenya

Impact and reach

This project improves Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) education on twelve secondary schools through the introduction of digital tools and 21st-century teaching methods to bridge the gap with the changing societal demands.

Kenya

Region

30

Schools

15.000

Students

Quotes

“I am in great proud because I used a tablet for my first time, thank you” – student St. Francis Nyacaba

“I learnt something new and now I know I will be passing exams” – student Kwangethe

“Using tablet is so amazing because I have understand how to play with numbers, it is easy to use” – student Githunguri

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You can support!

For the up-scaling of this and related projects we are looking for experts in different fields who are willing to contribute. If you are willing to engage yourself, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Vacancies for this project

Trainers

Co-develop training and coaching materials

Linux developers

For the further development of the ElimuPi

Project partners

 
De Staffing Groep

CLASSworks at your school

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