12 de January de 2015

UNICEF, the Directorate for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (DRASH) and the Education Secretariat joined forces to create a system that will allow the real-time monitoring of certain school management indicators in schools.

Bearing in mind their almost generalized use in Bluefields, even in isolated areas with limited resources like Rama Key, it is proposed to use cellular phones and to involve the different actors from the educational community in a participatory monitoring process that employs a shared responsibility approach.

It is proposed to incorporate certain applications that turn any student’s common cellular phone into a tool for monitoring the everyday school dynamic. This implies no additional cost to the “student collaborators”, but rather allows them to access prizes or bonuses—such as a package of free messages—as a result of their contribution.


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