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29 January 2016
International partnership launches $1.7 million EduApp4Syria prize to help Syrian children learn to read
Washington, DC (January 29, 2016) - A Norway-led coalition today announced the launch of a 15 million Norwegian Kroner (approximately US$1.7 million) competition to help displaced Syrian children continue their education during the protracted conflict.
The EduApp4Syria competition will select up to five
7 December 2015
by Carey Utz
On November 20th, at an event coinciding with Universal Children’s Day, members of the science and technology communities came together with members of the education and humanitarian communities to discuss using new technologies and innovative approaches to address the urgent needs of learners affected by conflict and crisis.
25 September 2015
This article was originally published on the Norad website.
Three million Syrian children are unable to attend school because of the war. «Education is vital for the children’s future. We are now taking new and innovative steps to give children fleeing from war educational opportunities», said Børge Brende, Norwegian Minister of
20 July 2015
We are pleased to invite you to complete a short survey about the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in education in emergencies. Our ultimate goal in collecting this data is to share best practices with the EiE community and, in turn, improve the quality of tools and information available for EiE programming, and, ultimately, promote better education
28 January 2015
by Anthony Bloome, Senior Education Technology Specialist, USAID
We know crises happen. Whether they happen because of health conditions, such as Ebola, or because of natural disasters or conflict, they can have profound and long-term consequences for students’ educational attainment and development in affected communities, particularly in lower income countries which are less able to absorb
18 September 2013
Justus Omondi Olwande Physics Teacher & ICT Ttrainer of Trainees, Dadaab Refugee Camps
Last year science teachers in Dadaab Refugee Camps secondary schools were privileged to attend an ICT workshop organized by Windle Trust Kenya, (a nongovernmental organization implementing secondary education for refugees in Daadab) in collaboration with The Kenya E-learning sector of the
5 June 2013
by Andrew B. Greene Jr, Founder and CEO of B-Gifted Foundation
The Digital Hope Project of the B-Gifted Foundation of Sierra Leone was selected and recognized as one of the best Digital Ideas and Digital Talent at ITU Telecom World 2011. The 'Digital Hope' initiative received an investment from the ITU. As a winning idea,