Computers for Schools Kenya (CFSK) is working in partnership with the Lutheran World Federation (LWF) to deploying the CFSK e-learning solution to 45 primary schools in Kakauma and Daadab refugee camps in Kenya. The project has seen the deployment of 1591 learner devices, 90 teacher master devices, 86 transport/ charging cases, 45 routers and 45 Bluetooth speakers for teachers and pupils in grades 1-3.
Its objectives were to: entrench ICT in teaching and learning process, equip 45 primary schools with appropriate ICT infrastructure to support teaching and learning, to develop capacity of teachers, education managers and other stakeholders with necessary ICT skills, enable development and accreditation of appropriate digital content to enhance acquisition of 21st century skills, promote universal access to ICT tools in the 45 primary schools and lastly, to integrate sustainable and affordable digital programme in refugee education system.
The programme was designed to introduce 45 public primary school children to the use of digital technology and communication in learning. The programme has four key components: First, digital devices are provided for both learners and teachers. Second, capacity development for teacher and implementers. Third, is the provision of broadband connectivity devices that include routers, transport/charging cases and lastly, the provision of content for digital learning?