Education Total Reach Program

29 April 2020 | Education

Namibia Media Holdings (NMH) are reaching over 300 000 children on a daily basis over the next 2 weeks with printed and online content for Pre-primary and Grade 1 to 3 children.

The distribution of the printed booklets are done by NMH through the Namibian Sun, Republikein and Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper, by the Namibian Newspaper and New Era newspaper. The physical distribution of the booklets to the regional councils are done by Newsprint Namibia and Hardap Freight Services.

This distribution is done on a daily basis over the next two weeks.

The distribution of the booklets are in English, Oshiwambo, Otjiherero, Khoekhoegowab, Afrikaans, Otjiherero, RuKwangali, siLozi, English, German and sign language.

The role out of all the languages will be over two weeks to all the regions.

It is intended to roll out this printed and online program to grade 4 to 7 in English over the next 8 weeks in addition to Pre-primary and Grade 1 to 3 program.

All printed content delivered will also be available on the zoshy.online website and Myzone and zoshy Facebook platforms and the daily newspaper platforms as well. Children will also be able to watch the daily lesson online on zoshy.online and Myzone and zoshy Facebook platforms and other printed, online, TV and radio media platforms.

Please follow the press for details.

The program when completed will reach 600 000 children on a daily basis in print and online...

The zoshy.online platform will be extended to high school and tertiary education platforms as well over the next 2 months.

This project in addition to our current my zone school program re confirms Namibia Media Holdings strong focus on helping the Ministry of Education Arts and Culture in strengthening education in Namibia through content generation on multi platforms including print to reach children in the entire Namibia.

Whether it is education material, schools newspapers, culture or covering sport activities at schools.

This program is designed to reach all the children in the country, those with internet access as well as those who do not have internet access.

The delivery of the daily booklets are delivered to all the regional offices of the ministry of education.

Should you have any questions please contact the My Zone executive coordinator, Octavia Tsibes for more information on [email protected] or 081 556 2985.

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