The N50 Project has released a white paper "Digital Adoption: A model for capacity and sustainability in digitally marginalized communities."
New DigiTruck bringing e-learning to rural schools
DigiTruck is a new programme from Project Luangwa, bringing our digital learning resources to an entire school grade at Chiwawatala Primary School, taking them all the way to their important Grade 7 exams next year. Pupils will use our interactive lessons on tablets in the brand new solar powered container classroom!
In December our team conducted training for the learner coaches, who are all ex-sponsored pupils supported by Project Luangwa through University.
Image credits: Project Luangwa
Project Luangwa thanks the Patel family for their kind support and funding of this project, as well as Close the Gap for assisting in the delivery, and the DEBS and Headteacher Graph Evans for all of their help.
Project Luangwa works to ensure the people of the Luangwa Valley gain the full benefit from tourism by investing in education and development. Find out more at www.projectluangwa.org
Mwabu partnership with N50 project in Luumbo launches with device deployment and training
Mwabu Learn: Interactive e-learning for English, Maths and Science now available online and via mobile app on Google Play