Digitalization roadmap for the Kenya Private Schools Association

The Kenya Private Schools Association (KPSA), with 9,800 primary and 1,600 secondary schools, 3 million learners and 158,000 teachers, is an important pillar of general education in Kenya. Despite national initiatives, most schools are still far from modern digitalized schools and educational organizations.

KPSA and THESA see a critical need for a practical KPSA digital transformation strategy to support the digitalization of schools, focusing on the digital skills and commitment of school leaders and teachers to implement the digital turnaround.

The project is supported by ESTDEV – the Estonian Centre of International Development Cooperation.

Digital Capacity Building for Namibia’s MSMEs

In Namibia’s pursuit of progress, business development through digitization has emerged as the critical path to prosperity. Initiated by the Namibia Investment Promotion and Development Board (NIPDB) and carried out with the support by BCS Digital Skills Academy (BCS) from Estonia, this project is dedicated to reshaping the nation’s economic and digital landscape. The overarching goal of the project is to craft primary project plans designed to enhance the digital capabilities of Namibian MSMEs over a 3–5-year horizon.