As part of ongoing attempts to bridge Kenya’s digital divide via fundamental education solutions, Samsung Electronics East Africa has donated Samsung Galaxy Tabs to help in E-learning at the eLimu House of Grace Academy and Amaf Academy in Nairobi’s Kawangware suburbs.
The pilot venture geared at kick-starting basic education starting up attempts in order to launch E-learning programs is part of the electronics giant’s back up to the eLimu project.
eLimu is aprogram by a Kenyan ICT company, which is distributing content associating to the national curriculum and boasts animations, video recordings, vocals, music, games and tests in order to make the learning procedure more synergistic, appealing for pupils.
Samsung Electronics East Africa Business Leader Robert Ngeru said, “As part of our enterprise solutions development capacity, we are proud to be unveiling this one-of-a-kind educational solution in Kenya to boost basic education development and overall digital divide bridging efforts.”
“The Samsung tablets and the eLimu application are simply designed to enable children to easily learn and use it. We have also taken into consideration the possibility of internet connectivity misuse by the children, through disabling of the browser,” he added up.
While talking to the same gathering, eLimu initiator Nivi Mukherjee said that the Application has been made to meet up learning as well as social progress requirements.
The eLimu Application now loaded on Samsung Galaxy Tab comprises comprehensive learning material, which concentrates on liable citizenship comprising ecological, rights, civic justice and even curriculum on personal financial literacy.