Afghan Community Partners

Improving access to education in Afghanistan.

About the project

Rumie, through funding received from the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and in partnership with MIT Solve, started a project piloting the Rumie App in Afghanistan. This project, began in November 2018, with the aim of growing the amount of high quality, locally-relevant, and context-appropriate learning content on the Rumie LearnCloud, as well as implementing the Rumie App with local NGOs running educational programs, and measuring the impact of using mobile learning in the Afghanistan context.

After a successful initial phase of the pilot project with Roshan Telecom Rumie began working with five innovative educational organizations: Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan (CW4WAfghan), Charmghz, LEARN, and Skateistan. Rumie also partnered with Intellectual Applications and Products (IAP), a local ICT company for tablet purchase, configuration, and deployment. Program partners work with Rumie to help select, curate, and deliver context-specific, digital learning materials to their offline or remote communities who benefit from the Rumie Solution.

How to partner with us?

Are you running a learning centre, managing a learning program, or are part of an institution working on education in Afghanistan and want to transform the delivery of educational content for your beneficiaries? You are in the right place! We are seeking partners to implement the Rumie Solution and help deliver quality digital learning resources for Afghan youth and adults.

Contact us —

Learn more from one of our program partners, Pashtana Spotlight Story (pdf).

Our current project partners

Roshan logo Atlassian logo Australian Aid logo Charmaghz logo  Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan logo Solve logo Care logo Nokhbagan University logo Learn logo Skateistan logo IAP logo