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Badiliko Digital Hubs

Badiliko Digital Hubs

Summary: Badiliko (the Kiswahili word for Change) introduces ICT as a new mode of learning. Badiliko Digital Hubs are situated in clusters of schools or at community centers, and they provide infrastructure, curriculum, and training for educators across Sub-Saharan Africa. --- "Badiliko" is the Swahili word for change. Badiliko is an innovation that introduces ICT as a new way and mode of learning. It was launched in 2011 through a joint partnership between the British Council and Microsoft. Badiliko builds on each partner organization’s complementary expertise in education, technology, and cultural relations. Microsoft brings its expertise in delivering cutting edge technology and digital training, and the British Council builds on it...

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Badiliko Digital Hubs

Badiliko (the Kiswahili word for Change) introduces ICT as a new mode of learning. Badiliko Digital Hubs are situated in clusters of schools or at community centers, and they provide infrastructure...

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  • Description of Scale and Reach

    From 2010 to date, up to 210 schools in Nigeria have gained access to ICT via 21 British Council and Badiliko Digital Hubs. There are plans to increase this access by collaborating with interested partners to establish more hubs over the next few years. There has been an expansion in market-share, based on the use of Windows multi-point server, and having seen how successfully it works, organizations such as House on the Rock, Nigerian State governments, and large NGOs who are working with schools are now in the process of adopting the use of the Windows multi-point server. The curriculum has also been made available to different stakeholders - such as the the Ministries of Education in Nigeria and Ghana - who are planning teacher training.

  • Countries

    Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda, Ghana, Ethiopia, Tanzania