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How social entrepreneurship is making a difference in the world | Tech Crunch In 2012, the two launched Eneza Education, an edtech platform that started in Kenya and has now spread to Ghana and Tanzania.
MAN TO WATCH: Kago Kagichiri | Daily Nation Thanks to his award-winning app, thousands of pupils in rural Kenya are able to have live chats with their teachers from home.
Safaricom partners with Eneza Education to launch Shupavu 291 | HapaKenya Safaricom in partnership with Eneza Education last week launched Shupavu 291. Shupavu 291 is a USSD based education service which works equally well on basic/feature/muliak mwizi phones as it does on smart phones.
Safaricom, Eneza launch revolutionary education product | Capital Business The mobile tool is not a reserve of Smartphones only as it is accessible from any phone. Maraviglia explained that the decision to make it accessible on any phone is to make it possible for more people to reach the service.
UP In Depth: Toni Maraviglia on Tech & Education | UP Nairobi Toni Maraviglia is the CEO and co- founder of Eneza Education. Toni is a Teach For America alumni, Unreasonable Fellow, and Blum Helfand Social Innovation Fellow, holds a Masters in Teaching, and graduated Summa Cum Laude from UCLA.
Shupavu 291: Mpesa of Education Launched for Schools in Kenya | Soko Directory Kenya's telecommunication company Safaricom in partnership with Eneza Education has today launched the Shupavu291 application, a mobile education tool that
Kenya’s Eneza Education rolls out e-learning product with Safaricom | Disrupt Africa Kenya’s Eneza Education rolls out e-learning product with Safaricom.
COLLYMORE: Future of education is in mobile technology - Opinion and Analysis | Business Daily Mobile technology has totally transformed the way we live and conduct business.
Safaricom Official Blog | The Future of Education Is Here! Shupavu 291 is a mobile application by Eneza Education, it creates a virtual school where students in both Primary and Secondary school can easily access unlimited questions for their study and revision work for only Ksh. 10 per week.
Getting Global Social Entrepreneurs to the Next Level | Echoing Green In Kenya, where there is a 60 percent adult literacy rate, Eneza Education aims to increase literacy and academic achievement for rural African youth with a mobile, gamified learning system.