Peter Njuguna, NOPE
ICT MANAGER
NATIONAL ORG.OF PEER EDUCATORS
31st July 2014, the Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya
Role ...
Take home
• Successfully implementing Learning Management
system
• Build a strong advocacy case for developing free
‘eCont...
Background
• NOPE NGO was registered in 2000 with int. mandate
in 2007 starting with peer-centered programs
• Core Busines...
ELearning Initiatives
• Developers of National MSM curriculum
• Hosts the YPEER cyber peer
– Success CD based and online P...
Kenya Airways Employee Wellness Program
• KQ is among the largest airlines in Africa
• The business is travel most employe...
Counseling Sessions by category from a service provider
Source: Kenya Airways, Jane Munyi
Implementation
• Moodle 1.6.x then eFront
– Transfer of a 52 Week curricular online content
– Visuals as used in hardcopie...
Challenges
• Acceptance by trainers (staff)
• Interface Design and complexity of moodle
• Prototyping and landing on a fin...
How we overcame
• Do not fear mistakes. You will know failure. Continue
to reach out. Benjamin Franklin
• Content is the d...
Before
Now
Why we need eLearning in Social Work
• Access to mobile is heading to 100%
• Cheaper to implement
• Open Source LMS – PHP,...
Conclusion
• LMS are varieties and need time before you
implement
• Utilize project management workflow to implement
• Kee...
Thank You
Qs or Cs
pkaranja@nope.or.ke
@njuguna
www.nope.or.ke
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  1. 1. Peter Njuguna, NOPE ICT MANAGER NATIONAL ORG.OF PEER EDUCATORS 31st July 2014, the Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya Role of eLearning in delivery of SRH services in Kenya A Case of NOPE Peer Education eLearning Program
  2. 2. Take home • Successfully implementing Learning Management system • Build a strong advocacy case for developing free ‘eContent’ to benefit all Kenyans • How eLearning can change the delivery of social programs through as a cost effective delivery option • Where do we go from here
  3. 3. Background • NOPE NGO was registered in 2000 with int. mandate in 2007 starting with peer-centered programs • Core Business: Behavioral, Biomedical and structural services • Has trained over 1.5 million youth Peer Educators(PE), TOTs, CHWs in Kenya • Trained over 100,000 Workplace PEs • Trained over 50,000 MSM & FSW • Presence in Uganda, Works in Tanzania, S-Sudan, Puntland, Liberia and Eastern Europe • Minimum package**
  4. 4. ELearning Initiatives • Developers of National MSM curriculum • Hosts the YPEER cyber peer – Success CD based and online PE – Certification – Targets 14- 25 year olds • Support Workplace programs (blue color and jua kali) • Hosts the Biennial NOPE Conference on Sexuality, Peer Educators, HIV and AIDS • Innovators of Ambassadors of Change program Apx. 20,000 Nairobi students
  5. 5. Kenya Airways Employee Wellness Program • KQ is among the largest airlines in Africa • The business is travel most employees are not physically in the office • 75% of the employees are between ages 21 and 49 Years • KAP survey was done in 2008 by NOPE • ELearning was recommended as delivery method to reach most staff
  6. 6. Counseling Sessions by category from a service provider Source: Kenya Airways, Jane Munyi
  7. 7. Implementation • Moodle 1.6.x then eFront – Transfer of a 52 Week curricular online content – Visuals as used in hardcopies++ & Videos – Pre-Post tests - Assessments – Feel and Look of the Landing page – Kept Simplicity and need for ePeer Education • 3 months implementation, 2 months break, 1 year close • 3 people involved from NOPE Manager, IT officer and a Trainer • First time dare devil attempt to bring change • Already invoiced for the job • Final Product to be part of the KAP report
  8. 8. Challenges • Acceptance by trainers (staff) • Interface Design and complexity of moodle • Prototyping and landing on a final product (sign-off) • Inclusion of “Participatory” in the content • ELearning specific curricular and content • Virgin ground – meant IT was left front all initiatives • ROI and business case for KQ • Staffing ownership and championing change
  9. 9. How we overcame • Do not fear mistakes. You will know failure. Continue to reach out. Benjamin Franklin • Content is the driver, customizing everyday • Simplicity is Key - back & front end • Need for elearning outcomes consensus and Metrics for impact • Mistakes laid ground for current project • Need for SDLC – systems development lifecycle • Review of content, switch of to a friendlier platform • Organization registration – The NOPE International Institute
  10. 10. Before
  11. 11. Now
  12. 12. Why we need eLearning in Social Work • Access to mobile is heading to 100% • Cheaper to implement • Open Source LMS – PHP, MySQL • ELearning goes beyond LMS – YouTube, Videos, Social Media • Willing partners NGO, PPP, government and stakeholders here • Social Enterprise possibility • Leverage on the standards, experts, lessons, models.. • Minimum package can be agreed upon
  13. 13. Conclusion • LMS are varieties and need time before you implement • Utilize project management workflow to implement • Keep to perquisites Checked : Standard, Policy/Strategy, Model, Motivations, Ownership, ROI • Creativity and open mind will lead to innovation • Allow Mistakes though costly • Form offline society – meetups, social media etc • Evaluate progress often • Let it be a teams glory • All NGO should be talking to NOPE
  14. 14. Thank You Qs or Cs pkaranja@nope.or.ke @njuguna www.nope.or.ke
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