Cell-Ed | International Development
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International Development

Reach scale, increase impact and support policy change

Use Cell-Ed to reach adult learners (15+) no matter their location: refugees in Niger, teachers in rural Chile, employees in India. No matter their numbers: 300 to 300,000. Deliver engaging, localized content to teach, train and engage with our award-winning platform. On-the-go content that ranges from an essential skills course to a public health notification to a survey.

How it works

Learners simply call, text or click on any phone to learn via voice and two-way texting. No smart phone or Internet Required.

  • Discover

  • Engage with stakeholders to localize Cell-Ed’s current courses or co-create new ones.
  • Develop + Test

  • Prototype and pilot to ensure ease of use and effectiveness.
  • Scale + Evaluate

  • Monitor real-time data, feedback and results to evaluate and improve.

Cell-Ed works. According to independent studies

2 to 4 years of learning gains in about 4 months
94% customer satisfaction, 30% higher than competitors
75% retention of material vs. 5% to 20% online/in class
84% faster skills gains via 3 min lessons

  • Cell-Ed is an ideal partner to:

    • Transition from less efficient, more expensive forms of communication (paper, computers) to a faster, cheaper, better mobile-first model
    • Enjoy higher rates of learner completion, engagement and proficiency
    • Provide ongoing professional development to in-country staff, teachers and mentors
    • Tailor large-scale information campaigns to parents, learners and community members
    • Boost monitoring and evaluation capabilities
    • Provide high-quality courses, such as Cell-Ed’s Global English on the Go
    • Meet mandates and goals such as the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

To bridge education access gaps

To increase access to rural and urban employment

To leave no girls or women behind