Schools are closed and students and pupils cannot learn as before, assessments are difficult to achieve too due to the inaccessibility of course material remotely. This is a problem as the students cannot continue their education a situation that will hurt the society in the long run. Africa has always been a victim of students dropping out of school and this situation is making it even worse, coupled with the low internet and power coverage that hinders remote learning.
Learning in context should consider the environment of the learner (power shortage, internet access). Miya academy solves these problems. The tutors provide assessments and course content (videos, notes and MCQs) which is then made available to the students on the web (PWA) and mobile apps for the students. The student interface provides assessments and grades the student then keeps track of the cumulated data for career orientation suitable for them in their community.
|Projected Cumulative Lives Impacted||1,000|
|New Implemented Countries||Botswana, Rwanda, Nigeria|
Cho Nkarimbi Valerie: Lead developer and CEO of Miya academy. Ayeah mark: Financial secretary and coordinator for school outreach programs. Ensah Bertrand: Co-coordinators for school outreach programs. Mangeh Clarisse: Practicing law graduate, secretary and legal adviser. Gemuh Hans: secondary school teacher and Miya academy program coordinator for secondary schools. Ngo Malang: French programme coordinator. Sylvia Siche: Nursery school teacher and nursery school program coordinator. Aristide Bashir: Technical school teacher and program coordinator for technical schools.
EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES WOMEN