WATCH: Mobile Learning Is Coming to Syria

The war in Syria has led to shortages of jobs, infrastructure, security all over the country. This made information access and education that more important during the conflict. To resolve this, Funzi and UNDP Syria have partnered together to bring mobile learning to Syrian students, which is expected launch this year. “Mobile learning leverages technology people already own,” explains Tero Salonen, Funzi’s CEO and Founder. ”The cost of mobile teaching is only a fraction compared to traditional means of teaching, making mobile an efficient and effective channel for knowledge transfer, especially in areas of crisis.”

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