The Mobile Avicenna Virtual Classroom in one suitcase
The Mobile Avicenna Virtual Classroom (MAVC) was initially designed to respond to Emergency Education in rural areas without electricity and internet.
The Mobile Avicenna Virtual Classroom (for 50 students): A concept for setting up and using the Mobile Avicenna Virtual Classroom (In one suitcase) equipped with Nano-server, a solar system, 10 tablets and other devices.
The Mobile Avicenna Virtual Classroom will contain the same online education portal accessible via the Internet. Teachers, pupils and students will have access to services with or without electricity and with or without Internet. A lesson or course can be taught by a tutor for a group of up to 50 students.
This concept is very useful and cheaper. It enables quality education to be given to everyone, even in isolated regions without electricity and internet.
Currently, 11 Mobile Avicenna Virtual Classes are used in the NWSW region of Cameroon (Conflict Region) as part of the UNESCO ECW Emergency Education project. More than 17,500 out-of-school students use this offline learning material in communities.
This recent experience is working very well in the most vulnerable and disadvantaged communities.
Installation and use of the Mobile Avicenna Virtual Classroom in a primary school