February's Top 10 Schools


The top 10 performing schools this month, based on student attendance levels, are:

1. AIC Samoei Model Primary
2. Utithini Primary
3. Kapkures Primary
4. Muthingini Primary
5. Mukaa Primary
6. Seiyo Primary
7. Kavuko Primary
8. ACK Wote Township
9. Kyale Primary
10. AIC Namanga

Congratulations to these schools for making it into the top 10!

To see an example of how attendance is taken in-class, make sure to watch the video on the right-hand side of the page. 

Until next time, 

The iMlango Team

The top 10 schools for January are...

For January, the top 10 performing schools in the programme based on student attendance levels were:

1. Utithini Primary

2. Muthingini Primary

3. Vitale HGM Primary

4. Mukaa Primary

5. Petanguo Primary

6. ACK Wote Township

7. Kyale Primary

8. Magadi Primary

9. Kawala Primary

10. Kavuko Primary

A big congratulations to all 10 schools, their teachers and of course the pupils for such a stellar effort to start the year off!

Will your school make the top 10 in February?

Check back at the end of the month to find out!

Until next time,

The iMlango Team


iMlango wins “Best e-learning platform” award at the Digital Inclusion Awards

We are delighted to share with you that iMlango was announced as the winner of the "Best e-learning platform" award at the Digital Inclusion Awards in Nairobi last week. 

The Digital Inclusion Awards recognises the key players in various sectors that have adopted digital technology to offer products or services in a more convenient manner, and which have changed the lives of their clients or end-users.

An integral part of the iMlango programme, the interactive e-learning platform has delivered specialist educational content digitally to over 190,000 marginalised children, in 205 schools, over the past three years to help improve learning outcomes.

  Anthony Kogi, Ernest Dishon and   Wambui Maina from sQuid Kenya collect the award on behalf of the programme.

Anthony Kogi, Ernest Dishon and Wambui Maina from sQuid Kenya collect the award on behalf of the programme.

Commenting on the award win, Cecilia Wakahiu, Head, National ICT Innovation and Integration Centre, Ministry of Education, said: “Learning in the internet age means pupils must acquire the much needed 21st century skills. iMlango’s e-learning platform has delivered engaging educational content to the classroom to help improve mathematics and literacy levels, and pupils have developed digital skills too.”

“The e-learning platform has really brought a fresh approach to learning in Kenya. The versatile platform has enabled teachers to be more innovative in the way they deliver their lessons. This is one of the best e-learning platforms that we have tested and rolled out at the Ministry.”

Simon Kaniu, General Manager of sQuid Kenya, added: “I am extremely proud that iMlango has won this award and I would like to congratulate and personally thank the iMlango consortium partners and the Ministry of Education, as without their support the platform would not have made such a positive impact to the iMlango pupils’ lives.”

A big congratulations and thank you to everyone involved in the programme – keep up the great work!

The iMlango Team