With high student-to-teacher ratios and lack of quality study materials, Kenyan children lack access to the resources they need to advance their education. As a result, roughly half of Kenyan secondary-age students are not enrolled in school. The situation is similar throughout Sub-Saharan Africa.
Low-cost mobile phones can deliver affordable, interactive study content. Through sustained engagement with digital studying platforms, students increase their test scores, which facilitates access to and improved performance in secondary school.
Who is Served?
The target demographic is children in primary and secondary school living on less than $3.20 PPP/person/day.
What is Delivered?
Learners receive: High quality, low-cost, education and test prep materials via SMS or Mobile Applications.
Why is it Impactful?
Youth graduation rates, literacy and cognitive skills improve due to:
- Improved performance on national exam, leading to greater likelihood of continuing education
- Replacement of traditional education for those without access to schools
Story of Impact
Imelda, a student in Kenya using digital study materials from GP partner, Eneza Education.