• Country: Kenya
  • Date: Jan 2015 - Apr 2018
  • Program Type: Quality of Education and Learning
  • Partner: Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN)
Dubai Cares, in partnership with the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN), is committed to demonstrate the efficacy of Information & Communications Technology (ICT) in improving the learning outcomes of over 119,600 boys and girls in primary education through the use of technology in education. The program focuses on testing and validating models and methods that are cost-effective, efficient and relevant, to help the government in fulfilling its own ambitions and plans for ICT capacity and use in schools nationwide.

The program ensures:
• Effective scalable models and methods to (i) mainstream the use of ICT in teachers’ professional development and (ii) support and guide teachers in using ICT in the classroom to improve teaching and learning, reaching 1,330 primary school teachers and 80 local education agents and officers
• Improve access within 100 primary schools to both effective, efficient and appropriate ICT hardware and software, including the necessary basic infrastructure and contextually relevant and scalable digital content, reaching over 1,330 teachers and 119,600 boys and girls
• Validate and deliver cost-effective and scalable modules and strategies to strengthen the capacity of 80 local education agents and officers so they can i) use ICT-enabled systems to provide regular and effective mentoring and support to teachers and ii) use ICT-enabled systems to monitor school performance and progress
Direct Beneficiaries
Schools Built/Renovated
Teachers Trained
Schools Impacted


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