Say hello to Kago Kagichiri, CEO and Co-founder at Eneza Education. Kago is an internet-less space advocate, having built technologies for last mile mobile handsets. Eneza Education is preparing the next generation of leaders in rural Africa. They deliver affordable, high quality education as interactive lessons, live tutoring and a gamified personal experience to over 1.8M learners irrespective of the mobile device they own in their home. Eneza’s learners access nationally aligned primary and secondary, financial and teacher training content for as little as $0.50 per month.
On This Episode You’ll Learn:
How does user acquisition for Eneza differ between a market like Nairobi and more rural parts of Kenya?
With the speed of innovation happening in African education, what does Kago see as the future of education in Africa? Will Edtech be a collaborative or a competitive force?
How was Kago’s experience raising capital from Impact Funds different than the Venture Capital he’s raised
What have been some of the toughest challenges Kago faced while scaling to African countries outside of Kenya?