The mEducation Alliance Symposium provides a platform to share ideas and build partnerships to advance the use of technology in the education field. CAMRIS Senior Program Manager Abigail Wilson gave a presentation on the USAID Mali Education Emergency Support Activity (EESA) project at this year’s symposium. She discussed the role of mobile technology in increasing equitable access to basic education in conflict-affected regions of Mali. Using mobile technology, CAMRIS is collecting useful information about the status of schools, teachers, parent-teacher groups, and student enrollment. The EESA project also sends information to citizens in Mali through the “3-2-1 service,” which provides subscribers with information about education, water and sanitation, and gender inclusion.
To read more about the Mali EESA project and the role of ICT, click here.
To read our Employee Spotlight on Senior Program Manager Abigail Wilson, click here.