Mwabu has reached the second round of the Sierra Leone Education Innovation Challenge (SLEIC), an Education Outcome Fund (EOF) project aiming to improve learning outcomes and measure the efficacy of interventions.
We are delighted to announce that we have been successful in our bid to UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, to supply e-learning to refugee camps in Zambia.
Mwabu has pre-qualified for the Ghana Accountability for Learning Programme (GALOP). After submitting a successful expression of interest, we are progressing to the second round of proposals.
In partnership with UNICEF and the Zambian Ministry of General Education, we have adapted our lessons for radio broadcast, as an emergency response to school closures due to COVID 19. The initiative is aimed specifically at supporting vulnerable children in hard-to-reach places that have no access to internet services or television.
Watch our new video to see examples of our bespoke digital learning solutions, with original artwork, animation, voicing and interactive elements, created for a range of organisations working in Africa.
Our interactive e-learning resources and lesson plans are now available for teachers and parents in any country to download and use on their own device.
In response to the increased demand for e-learning due to school closures and the impact of Covid-19, we have been working hard to bring our educational resources to even more learners.
In response to school closures throughout Zambia due to Covid-19, we are working on new ways to reach even more learners with our primary school resources.
A new report from American Institutes for Research shows the positive effects on learning outcomes of the use of Mwabu learning resources as implemented by our partners Impact Network.