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  • Primary/Secondary Ed
An Instant Network School is an integrated platform with internet connectivity, power, tablets, mobile content and teacher training which provides previously remote and isolated communities with access to a wealth of content and resources. The programme launched in October 2014, with the opening of the first school. There are currently 20 schools in Kenya, Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania and South Sudan.
Title Instant Network Schools Programme
Date launched 2014
Duration Ongoing
Type of Resource Other online courses
Purpose Primary education
Online or Blended Blended
Learning objectives Delivery of education programmes in refugee camps, which will be critical for the long-term future of those children and their communities.
Target group Refugee children in camps
Evaluation results/ monitoring plan There are currently 20 schools in Kenya, Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania and South Sudan. There are currently 30,000 students and 600 teachers benefitting from Instant Network Schools each month. By 2020, the Vodafone Foundation aims to reach a potential 3 million young refugees living in countries where Vodafone operates, to provide a them with a better education
Recognition or certification of learning N/A
Financing and sustainability model Vodafone Foundation – Plan for future financing not elaborated
Leading Organization Developed by the Vodafone Foundation and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
Contact Person Albane Coeurquetin
Vodafone Foundation - Education Coordinator
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