The challenge was how to deliver effective qualitative and quantative training to change lives in some of the hardest to reach communities in the world.
The problem with these communities is the lack of affordable internet access, the access is expensive and in many cases non-existent.
We are committed to developing and delivering solutions that are sustainable in economic, environmental and social terms.
So digital solutions are hard to impossible to deploy and update. With data gathering that is unreliable and very slow to do at scale.
This means that the quality of training to these communities is simply not as effective as it could be.
The application has been used within Central Africa and Cambodia to date, giving a truly digital classroom experience to people that have the greatest need for this support and transfer of knowledge.
The Kenyan MoH has an ambitious plan to train over 130,000 health workers. This will be hard to achieve considering costs, travel and vast distances between the remote and hard to reach areas. Using TeachBox will allow us to easily achieve our aim earlier than the 2030 target.
We are very proud that our application work has already had an impact in these regions and will continue to increase over the time.
All controlled by teams in the UK and the local regions via the PORTAL and CREATE applications that were also part of the project.