Can ed-Tech be a catalyst for high-quality education in Sub-Saharan Africa?
Kim has worked for a decade in international development for UN entities, including UNHCR and UNOCHA, and local NGOs based in the US, Rwanda, Switzerland, India, and Hong Kong. She is an experienced storyteller, passionate about equal access to education, technological innovations, and sustainable development.
Listen to learn:
- That technology alone is insufficient to transform education.
- Human development and personal development is the secret ingredient.
- Creating a new job class is required to complement the current education systems in sub-Saharan Africa to transform educational outcomes.
- Partnership Announcement with the Government of South Africa
- The Economist Namibia – after-school programme enables learners to revise and master essential numeracy and computer skills
- Namibia Daily News – Namibia launches after-school learning program
- IPASA Funding after school programs Report
- Happel Foundation Project Announcement