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Key Individuals:
Dayn Amade


Project owner/Host organisation:
Kameleon


Host organisation type:
Non-Profit


Host organisation country/countries: 
Mozambique


Project objective categories: 
Media, Public input and engagement platforms


Project technologies: 
Toolkit


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Community Tablets

Post Status: Active
Initiative recipient country/countries: Mozambique
Initiative dates: 2015 –
Last updated: 8 Mar 2022


Initiative Description

An African solution to an African problem, the Community Tablet is the first digital school, which runs on four to six large LCD screens, powered by solar panels transported by trailer (which can be attached to anything – from a motor vehicle to a donkey). Working with anthropologists at Mozambique’s leading university, Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, The Community Tablet delivers customised animations that are relevant and familiar to local communities. Gamification helps to increase engagement, while also collecting vital data to demonstrate how well a message has been understood. Since hitting the road in 2015, it has helped to educate more than one million Mozambicans across 90 communities. Community is the first patented mobile digital school.

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