#betterfuture

Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all

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Mobile connectivity can increase access to education and enrich learning experiences with digital content. Mobile operators are working to support students and teachers in integrating mobile technologies into the classroom. Connectivity also enables access to education for young people in the poorest villages and most remote locations, opening new channels for learning. Our ambition will be to deliver best in class digital literacy learning programmes to amplify the impact of technology in learning.

IMPACT STORIES

  1. mEducation for Bangladeshi girls

    Robi Axiata and the British Council to develop and launch an mEducation value-added service (VAS) for adolescent girls.

  2. Educating entrepreneurs in Tanzania

    Tigo Tanzania launches a mobile business school which provides a step-by-step guide on how to start and run a business.

  3. How Mobile is Extending Education in the Philippines

    Through mEducation, mobile operators and the Filipino Government are enhancing the lives of millions of young people.

  4. Text2Teach: Transforming education throughout the Philippines

    An initiative illustrating what can be achieved through multi-sector partnerships in education.

  5. Life Stories: Plugging the information gap

    Shula has had her mobile for seven years and it has quickly become a vital part of her small business.

  6. KT: GiGA Island – Korea

    Giga Island has enabled language lessons through tablets and mobile phones for children.

  7. Life Stories: Mobile Alert System for Schools in Gaza

    Souktel creates an SMS alert/survey system that warns parents and their children danger near schools.

  8. Life Stories: Mobile learning in Uttar Pradesh, India

    Durgesh is at the forefront of users whose first experience of accessing the internet is via a mobile handset.

  9. Project ‘Yes I can!’ is developing and promoting potential of the young disadvantaged

    Helping young people from disadvantaged backgrounds act independently and with self-confidence.

  10. Transforming Women’s Lives Through Mobile Innovation

    For women living in developing countries, a mobile phone is a lifeline.

  11. Vodafone: Instant Network Schools

    Over 50% of the world’s 63.5 million displaced people are children. 

  12. T.um mobile: Traveling ICT museum to bridge digital divide in South Korea

    SK Telecom's campaign to address Korea’s regionalized digital divide.

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