Partnerships


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Partner with Eneza

Mobile Network Operaters


Safaricom

We are proud to work with Safaricom, the largest telecommunications company in Kenya and the official partner of our flagship SMS product, Shupavu291. Safaricom works in collaboration with Eneza Education to make Shupavu291 available to over 26 million users by dialing *291# from any Safaricom line.

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Tigo

Tigo

Tigo is our first telecommunications partner in Tanzania with over 50,000 users accessing revision content on the network. Send the word MAKINI to 15397 from a Tanzanian Tigo line to learn and prepare with exciting and high-quality content aligned to national standards..

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The CraftEd Inc. Ghana

We are proud to launch EnezaSMS in Ghana in partnership with our first franchisee, CraftEd Inc. With our unique partnership, teachers and students in Ghana can access educational content via SMS/ USSD and online. EnezaSMS piloted in 10 Junior High Schools in Kumasi and Accra with country-wide roll out from August 2016.

Corporate


Unilever

Unilever and Eneza Education joined together to launch “Soma na Omo” partnership campaign where individuals in Kenya and Tanzania can purchase any Unilever Omo product from 50 grams – 5 kilo and receive a voucher code to access specialized EnezaSMS content for free.

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Non-Governmental Organizations


The Kenya Primary School Head Teachers Association represents over 26,000 primary school head teachers in Kenya and has developed a Child-Friendly Schools framework which outlines a systematic approach to delivering equitable rights-based quality education for all of our pupils in Kenya. Eneza Education partners with KEPSHA to train and provide thousands of teachers with access to our Teacher education content with the aim of working together to strengthen education in Kenya.

IDP Foundation

IDP Foundation encourages and supports the development of innovative and sustainable solutions to complex global issues. In 2014 Eneza Education and IDP Foundation partnered to create nationally aligned content for Ghanaian students. Eneza Education, backed by IDP Foundation piloted our content in 10 schools in Kumasi and Accra from January 2016 to June 2016 with over 700 users completing over 6000 questions. Full roll out across Ghana will begin in the third quarter of 2016, beginning with IDP Rising Schools, a network of 250 schools backed by IDP Foundation and Sinapi Aba Trust.

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Shule Direct

Shule Direct empowers young learners to fulfill their potential by providing access to local, qualified and digital educational resources, including MakiniSMS. With the goal of improving learning outcomes among learners, Shule Direct has expanded their reach to over 50,000 users in Tanzania. Interested in accessing MakiniSMS content? Send the word MAKINI to 15397 from a Tanzanian Tigo line.

KEPSHA

Kenya Primary School Heads Association is an organization representing over 26,000 primary school head teachers. KEPSHA cares about a lot of issues pertaining to quality education in Kenya. Their Child-Friendly Schools framework provides KEPSHA with the overall blueprint to building a systematic approach, to delivering equitable rights-based quality education for all pupils in Kenya. We partner with KEPSHA in providing mobile learning to teachers on classroom management, staff management, and general schools management systems.

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Equity Group Foundation

Equity Group Foundation champions the social and economic transformation of people of Africa. Equity Group Foundation designs and delivers high-impact social development programmes across seven strategic pillars, including education and leadership development. Eneza Education in partnership with Equity Group Foundation has created high-quality, specialized secondary content which is available to users who dial *372# from an Equitel line in Kenya.

XAVIER PROJECT

Xavier Project is focused on increasing the educational achievement of refugees in East Africa primarily through the use of ICT. Beginning in 2015, Eneza Education and Xavier Project collaborated to train community leaders on the Eneza SMS platform and distribute the product free to 1,000 users in Dadaab Refugee Camp in Kenya.

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