World Humanitarian Day 2016: Empowering Communities With Education

World Humanitarian Day 2016: Empowering Communities With Education

Today marks World Humanitarian Day, an annual reminder of the need to act to alleviate the suffering of poverty-stricken people around the world, to promote empowering stories and honour those around the globe who have helped to improve the livelihoods of...
Highlights from Camara Education’s 2016 Monitoring & Evaluation Survey

Highlights from Camara Education’s 2016 Monitoring & Evaluation Survey

As part of the current strategic plan, Camara Education conducts an annual M&E exercise in order to assess the relevance, effectiveness, and impact of activities it carries out. The main purpose of the M&E exercise is to provide accurate information on the...
International Youth Day 2016

International Youth Day 2016

Today marks International Youth Day, a day where we can focus on inspiring and empowering a young generation around the world. There is a greater need more than ever to invest in youth today. This year, International Youth Day is about achieving the 2030 Agenda for...
Camara Education Annual Report 2015

Camara Education Annual Report 2015

Camara Education is delighted to announce the launch of our Camara Education Annual Report 2015  detailing some of our biggest landmarks and partnerships from the last year as well as some inspiring stories from home and overseas. Many thanks to everyone who...
Ten years, Ten lessons in ICT in Education

Ten years, Ten lessons in ICT in Education

By John Fitzsimons, CEO of Camara Education   Over the last ten years, Camara Education has been working with nearly 4,000 schools in 11 countries helping them improve education using ICT. In a sector that is riddled with unsuccessful projects, we ourselves have...
The need for sustainable development.

The need for sustainable development.

John Fitzsimons, Camara Education CEO shares his thoughts on the importance of and need for sustainable development….. It is dark outside. I look out the window and wonder what is happening 36,000 feet below. We are passing over arguably the most controversial...