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New Partnership Brings SMS-based Learning to Rwandan Students

Eneza Education has partnered with the Mastercard Foundation to launch a SMS-based learning platform in Rwanda. The platform is part of Mastercard Foundation's COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience Program and will enable students to remain engaged in their studies while waiting for schools to re-open. It will also be used as a revision tool by students to supplement what they learn at school. Read more

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Eneza Education's "Shupavu" SMS platform, with the support of Mastercard Foundation, will provide access to the ‘Ask a Teacher’ feature where students can ask questions to a pool of teachers and receive responses via SMS short-code 2910 on the MTN network.

Eneza Education has partnered with the Mastercard Foundation to launch an SMS-based learning platform in Rwanda. The platform will enable students to remain engaged in their studies while waiting for schools to re-open.

On the 1st of November, students will also be able to access lessons and quizzes aligned to the Rwandan curriculum via the same short code on the Shupavu SMS-based learning platform implemented by Eneza Education with support of Mastercard Foundation. The service will be free to students in Upper Primary and Lower Secondary till 31st July 2021.

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