ELIMU: Viusasa provides FREE learning platform for students as schools remain closed over Coronavirus

The Coronavirus pandemic has continued to wreak havoc across the world, infecting close to a million people and killing thousands of others.

The effects are far-reaching and devastating. In Kenya, over 100 people have tested positive for the virus, three have died and three have recovered.

The government has warned of more infections and put in a raft of measures aimed to curb further spread of the virus. One of them is closure of all learning institutions across the country.

Definitely this will affect the academic calendar for every learner in the country, especially those looking forward to sitting for their national exams later on in the year.

The government has since urged media houses to help learners continue with their education while at home, by providing learning sessions approved by the relevant stakeholders in the education sector.

And this is exactly what Viusasa is offering you the learner, parent/guardian and the teacher.

Through the Elimu platform (https://www.viusasa.com/elimu), Viusasa simply brings school right into your hands, and helps learners to continue learning at home while keeping safe from the killer Coronavirus.

Open the Viusasa platform and you will see the Elimu tab (https://www.viusasa.com/elimu). Get straight into it.

This is the best part of the deal… The content is approved by the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD). And you’re going to find it in audio form. This means it is something you can replay over and over again to get what you exactly want.

In partnership with Safaricom, Viusasa has made sure that this learning material is available FREE of CHARGE! This is the deal, folks! It is available for free and there is free data from Safaricom.

By simply dialing *487# you will receive more details which will direct you on how to access the content.

And another catch… the content is available for learners from Grade Four (4) to Form Four (4). All free of charge from Viusasa and free data right into your Safaricom line by Safaricom.

The new Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa couldn’t put it any better: “These are difficult times for our country and the world at large and as a company, we are constantly looking at ways of being present for our customers. Through this initiative, we want to ensure that all students can access education content, whether through feature phones or smartphones, and keep up with their studies for the time they will be at home.”

As you stay safe, Viusasa and Safaricom make sure that you are not left behind even amid the Coronavirus pandemic.