This case study provides more detail on the transformative collaboration with Bahati, where the goal is to provide personalised online tutoring
Outlining the approach to how we work in diverse settings globally, the case study details how we adapted our implementation locally to meet the needs of the learning environment and the unique insight gained from combining learning data with the qualitative input from the local team in territory.
It’s this approach that has made the collaboration with Bahati so successful, and lead us to win the BETT Award 2019 in the Collaboration with a School category, an award we are jointly particularly proud of.
The iMlango project was established in 2012 as part of the DFID-funded Girls Education Challenge (GEC) initiative. The project targets 180,000 girls across 4 counties in Kenya, with a specific focus on supporting girls’ learning and aspirations in marginalised communities.