In December 2019, Vodafone Foundation and UNHCR announced the expansion of the Instant Network School (INS) programme to benefit 500,000 refugee and host community students and 10,000 teachers with 255 new Instant Network Schools by 2025.
In collaboration with the Vodafone Foundation and refugee communities, UNHCR has developed and adapted INS to meet context-specific challenges. Instant Network Schools provide a holistic solution to transform an existing classroom into a multimedia hub for learning – complete with a local network; internet connectivity; sustainable solar power; a classroom kit that includes tablets, a laptop, a projector and a library of digital educational resources.
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