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.
The latest course developed in partnership with Jhpiego delivers training for medical professionals on Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision as part of comprehensive HIV prevention.
The delivery of a new financial education course is now reaching completion, empowering young people with vital financial literacy training. After a successful pilot study, the new learning materials have been implemented in the initial target area of Eastern Province, Katete District, reaching over 18,000 learners!
Watch this new video to see how our digital content for schools, health and community interest is part of a broader project benefiting rural communities in Zambia.
A new digital course to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS amongst young adults has been created by Mwabu and Conservation Lower Zambezi (CLZ). The module, funded by Sidecole and CSEF II, launched in February 2019 and is already in use during outreach activities and is receiving excellent feedback!
Through our ongoing partnership with Jhpiego, Mwabu have developed e-learning courses for healthcare providers in Zambia working in maternal and child healthcare. This project is part of the Maternal & Child Survival Programme (MCSP), a multi-partner, flagship program in support of USAID’s priority goal of preventing child and maternal deaths.
Conservation Lower Zambezi (CLZ) had a school visit of 24 students at camp from the Chinyunyu area recently. This school visit was exceptionally special because it allowed CLZ to pilot its new digital learning content from Mwabu.
The Zambia Information and Communications Technology Authority (ZICTA) has partnered with Mwabu and iSchool Zambia in a project that aims to empower 73 primary schools through the supply and installation of digital content on 1,460 computers and the training of 146 teachers.