Reach your learners on any device, basic phone or smart phone, using Leap’s SMS and audio technology
Measure your learners’ progress through evaluations, quizzes and practical exercises, as well as real-time performance reports and supervision tools
Deliver any health content, tapping into our accredited content or customizing your own, to equip health workers with knowledge and skill to succeed
Allow your learners to interact and share knowledge with their peers through group chat, communicating anytime, anywhere, at the touch of a button
Engage any health worker, wherever they are, through multi-lingual instructions and learning content while supporting decisions at the community level through diagnostic trees
Enable learner support via our helpdesk system
mLearning has revolutionized the way we reach and engage our community health workers. Our learners are empowered to share ideas, provide each other support, ask questions they may be scared to ask in the classroom, learn in an interactive and engaging way – all in their own time.
We have been able to reach many community health workers in a short span of time, keeping them adequately supported through continued access to training and supervision.
Community members, myself included, used to have a very horrible belief on how to cure injuries. We used different herbs, ashes, chicken waste, toothpaste and oils to treat injuries. As such, wounds and injuries got infected and took long to heal. Little did I know that the things we applied on the wounds were dangerous, until I learnt about Basic Life Saving Skills through mLearning.
Many mothers in my CU used to think that their babies were only meant to receive immunizations until 9 months of age. Through mLearning, I gained knowledge on immunization, its importance, immunisable diseases, immunization schedule and myths. I was surprised to learn that immunization was meant to be administered up to the age of 5! I have advised mothers and now, they have started taking their babies for immunization even after the 9th month!
Through mLearning, CHWs have learnt about their role in the community and gained basic communication & counselling skills. They can now interact with expectant mothers better, advise them and refer emergencies to Loosuk Health Centre. In April 2016, the number of skilled deliveries rose from 10 to 20! We are now planning to organise a party to appreciate the CHWs in Loosuk!
It works and we can prove it!
We’ve seen our communities achieve real transformation and improved health outcomes