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Kabisa Project Spotlights
This 10-module course, based on WHO guidelines, was developed to provide training to frontline healthcare providers on how to screen for, detect, treat and manage children with wasting in their communities.
These courses used to be taught in person, but as a result of the pandemic, NRPA found that an online course allows inspectors to take the course from the convenience of their homes and in their available time, which is a significant convenience and cost savings.
The World Vision Citizen Voice and Action database data can be aggregated at local, regional, national and global levels to make significant improvements to child well-being.
The Alzheimers Society has a long history of taking a learning-centered approach to their education materials. This online course is their transition to a virtual training for their program facilitators.
Kabisa has had the pleasure of working with a variety of national and international organizations.
Ellen is a knowledgeable, resourceful, and solutions-oriented education technology and curriculum design consultant. I recently contracted her to work on the rapid development of three asynchronous learning products for a national audience of civil servants. Ellen immediately grasped the nuances, opportunities, and potential pitfalls of each project and quickly got to work crafting solutions that met—and exceeded—our expectations. She interfaced seamlessly with my team and landed the work on time and within budget. It was a pleasure working with her, and I hope to have the opportunity again soon.