ProFuturo participated, this year once again, in the symposium organised by the mEducation Alliance, a non-profit organisation that seeks to promote quality educational outcomes in a sustainable way based on evidence from technology.
Established in 2010, the mEducation Alliance is a unique multi-stakeholder convening platform for government and donor policymakers, other investors, researchers and practitioners to work together, especially in contexts of developing countries with fewer resources.
In this twelfth edition held in Washington D.C., ProFuturo was able to participate in the event and present our solutions based on technology and digital education in line with the objectives of the mEducation Alliance.
In this way, Ana Delgado, Product Marketing Manager at ProFuturo, presented our ProFuturo Mathematics School on Wednesday 2. The school aims to help teachers improve their ability to develop logical-mathematical thinking and language in their pupils. In this compilation video, you can listen to some of the experiences of professionals who work with teachers in different parts of the world on a daily basis.
In another vein, Leticia de Rato, Director of Global Alliances and Institutional Relations of ProFuturo, explained on Thursday 3rd our educational work in humanitarian contexts in Rwanda with the help of UNHCR. The alliance of ProFuturo and the Spanish Committee of UNHCR began in 2021 and in its first year of collaborative work the programme benefited more than 18,000 children in 15 schools in Rwanda and 374 teachers were trained.
Ayer estuvimos en la conferencia de @mEducation_A en #WashingtonDC presentado junto a @Profuturo_ el proyecto de Educación Conectada que tenemos en Ruanda. Grandes proyectos necesitan grandes ponentes, como Leticia y Jean Paul.😉 #2022Symposium #EducateTransforms @Refugees pic.twitter.com/adGkwppLRb
— Comité español de ACNUR (@eACNUR) November 4, 2022