Rwanda

Education Sector

The Rwanda Education Board selected five pilot schools, four of which were rural schools that had Peace Corps volunteers. Trainings were conducted with teachers, administrators, and the Peace Corps volunteers at each school. SolarSPELL continued to work with each school throughout the pilot phase of implementing the digital library and identifying content areas for improvement. Furthermore, SolarSPELL worked with Bridge2Rwanda scholars to curate resources for the East Africa digital library. Through an internship, ten scholars also provided on-the-ground support to the five schools, curated additional regional content, and helped foster relationships with various Rwandan organizations. Rwanda Peace Corps volunteers work in Education and English Literacy.

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Total number of SolarSPELL libraries deployed
88
Total number of people trained
9,103
Estimated number of people reached

Working With

  • Rwanda Education Board
  • Peace Corps Rwanda
  • Bridge2Rwanda

Dates

  • January 2018
  • March 2018
  • May – June 2018

Photos from the Field

News

Arizona State UniversityEast AfricaField ReportsOpen Educational ResourcesPeace CorpsRwandaSolar Digital LibrarySouth SudanTeacher TrainingUncategorized
August 4, 2018

Rwanda and South Sudan Field Report from Diing

Diing is a Bridge2Rwanda Scholar who interned for SolarSPELL. During her internship,…
East AfricaField ReportsOpen Educational ResourcesPeace CorpsRwandaSolar Digital LibraryTeacher TrainingUncategorized
July 24, 2018

Guest Post: Peace Corps volunteer Colin in Rwanda

Colin, a Peace Corps Education Volunteer in Rwanda, shares his experience using…
East AfricaField ReportsRwandaSolar Digital LibraryUncategorized
July 20, 2018

SolarSPELL Intern Field Report from Audrey

Audrey is a Bridge2Rwanda Scholar who interned for the SolarSPELL BMET project.…