With the Digitruck, children are given a more innovative way to learn, utilising digital tablets. Instead of traditional chalk boards, the Digitruck provides the flexibility for children to learn as they individually work through tasks using their own tablet.
Not only have we seen the great benefits Digitruck is already having on classroom attendance and teaching methods, it is also greatly improving skills in English and ICT, two key subjects that students regularly underperform in.Our impact measurement shows that while the pupils scored an average of 53% in term 1, they have scored an average of 62% so far in term 2. This represents a 9% increase across all subjects.
We are more than proud to provide this amazing opportunity to disadvantaged students in rural Zambia in collaboration with our partners, the Patel family and Project Luangwa!