Learning for Humanity has partnered with the Communauté Baptiste Au Centre de l’Afrique (CBCA) to implement Tusitawi elearning Platform (Tusitawi DRC) in CBCA’s 831 schools. This life-altering educational revolution will transform learning for 230,000 students and over 9,500 teachers in 4 of DRC’s provinces – North Kivu, South Kivu, Eastern Province and Maniema. In addition, Tusitawi will be implemented in CBCA’s recuperation centres, where out-of-school adults and youth can work towards their primary or secondary school diplomas.
August 2020 to August 2022 – successfully concluded: Tusitawi launched at 3 schools in Goma (Institut Himbi, Institut Visoke, and Mabanga Primary) and 2 recuperation centres (centres located within Visoke and Mabanga for out-of-school children to return to their education). At CBCA’s request the initial focus was on Math and French digital learning resources aligned to the DRC national curriculum, aggregated by the combined teams of CBCA and L4H. These resources, along with digital devices, are now available to 2,500 students and 120 teachers for daily use in the 3 schools and 2 recuperation centres. The accomplishments in Phase I form the basis for scaling out to all 831 CBCA schools over the next 5 years.
September 2022 to August 2024 – in progress: Expand Tusitawi eLearning Platform to cover all grades and subjects, train all 120 teachers in the Phase 1 schools, and install Digital Classroom Teaching Systems in every classroom.
September 2023 to December 2027 Scale out Tusitawi to all 831 CBCA schools; allowing access to Tusitawi DRC to all teachers and students at CBCA schools in DRC.
Thank you for partnering with us on this incredible journey to transform lives and establish sustainability through education!