Updated May 13, 2021
4 out of 5 Adults in English-speaking Africa don’t finish high school. According to UNICEF data, only 96% of the primary school students survive the last class of primary school. Over 650 million children and youth are not meeting learning milestones. 37 million African children will learn so little while they are in school that they will not be much better off than those kids who never attend school.
Eneza has developed a technology platform that allows primary and secondary students, and teachers to access local, relevant, affordable academic courses and study tools by SMS, online and mobile applications. With Eneza, students have the ability to supplement their classroom studies at home by taking lessons & assessments with individualized feedback on correct and incorrect answers and asking questions to live teachers.
|Projected Cumulative Lives Impacted||61,369|
|New Implemented Countries||Senegal, Nigeria, Sierra Leone|
|Recruit||4 software engineers, 2 consumer marketing associates, 2 sales executives|
|New Feature||Create a dedicated teacher platform with web, SMS and android capabilities to provide continuous personal and professional training, pre-design lesson plans and classroom activities.|
Wambura has over 6 years working in tech startups and has supported them with growth and development. She understands the tech world and what Eneza needs to go to the next level and heads Kenya office. Rudolph has been with Eneza for the last 3 years and has skills in people management, education management, and development as well as law and heads Ghana office. Carole has experience in marketing and leads operations in Ivory Coast. She is skilled in development, strategy, and marketing.
EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES WOMEN