ethno e-empowerment



Back from Kenya

We are back from Kenya and we are happy to report that the first training workshops for barefoot teachers in Loiyangalani and Hurri Hills were very successful. We introduced the eBooks in 7-day training courses, working very effectively in small …

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New doors opened

“When one door closes, another one opens” (André Gide). It was really a disappointment when our planned project with TOGEV and VSF ultimately didn’t come to fruition. But we took further steps to go forward with on our own. Then VENRO …

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Looking for a new project partner in Kenia

Due to enhanced government regulations in Kenia our project partner Tierärzte ohne Grenzen e.V. (Veterinaires Sans Frontieres) is unable to proceed to the next stage of our multimedia learning project for nomadic people in Kenia. However, the funding provided by …

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With a little help from my (friends) government

Since 1988 the BMZ sets aside money to support grass root activities of NGO`s in developing countries. This money is especially targeted for private organizations, who work voluntarily. Millions of people have benefited from these initiatives. The German NGO´s have …

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Christmas time, rainy season and testing

  When we asked in June our people in northern Kenya which would be the best time to come again, they said December. Because of Christmas? No, because of the rainy season. Normally it starts to rain November and December. …

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Aug'15 has a new partner: Tierärzte ohne Grenzen e.V. (Veterinaires Sans Frontieres)

We are proud to announce that Tierärzte ohne Grenzen e.V. (Veterinaires Sans Frontieres) now supports We are looking foreward working together on exciting projects in Eastern Africa.

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We are testing our first two eBooks

It’s been a while since we first came out with the idea to bring high-end multimedia content for learning purposes to nomadic people in Eastern Africa. And we often heard that this could never gonna work. But month planning, creating …

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On the eLearning Africa Conference in Addis Abeba

“We had no education. So livestock is our school and our culture” This statement by pastoralist Mr. Lepalat from Loiyangalani describes the situation which all nomadic communities are facing in northern Kenya. On the eLearning Africa Conference in Addis Abeba …

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