Eneza education’s platform has been working to solve the issue of internet penetration that still remains low throughout Africa – GSMA estimates the number at 26%. Eneza aspires to make remote education both inclusive and available to offline users.
Founded in 2013, Eneza education currently operates in Ghana, Kenya, and Cote d’Ivoire. The ed-tech startup has also launched ShupavuWeb where students can easily access content online. We earlier covered the partnership between Eneza Education and MasterCard to launch long-distance learning in the Rwandese market.
Never before has the significance of the logistics industry been witnessed than during the Covid-19 pandemic. As a way of expanding its reach to the families of logistics workers, Eneza has decided to focus on this market segment. Amitruck recently announced a partnership with Eneza Education to give the families of truck drivers easy access to remote education. This is through a free subscription for the families of all Amitruck transporters. Any transporter who completes one delivery on the platform will get free access.
Wambura Kimunyu, the CEO of Eneza Education expressed her excitement by pointing out how “drivers’ families with access to quality learning and revision materials so that they can continue studying.” Drivers can join the Amitruck platform here.
Amitruck’s platform connects pick-up, trucks, vans, and motorcycle owners with customers through their mobile app. The company was founded in 2018 by Mark Mwangi. The startup began by bootstrapping but later received support from Greentec Capital Partners.