We believe every building can be a place to learn. So, we created Tugeda – a way for building owners to connect with people providing education and training, across the Solomon Islands.
Tugeda is in pilot (and free to use) until July 2020. Get started at tugeda.space.
You'll be able to:
Head to tugeda.space to sign up or learn more.
See an early demo version of the platform
To view an early stage demo of the platform click here.
You will be required to enter
Note that data is for demonstration purposes only and not to be used for booking. Major additional feature not shown on the demo site is the ability to search and filter by building attributes (see example below)
Once Every Building Is A Classroom launches
Domestic and international education and training providers can discover and book appropriate facilities,
Relevant stakeholders such as domestic government (national and provincial), international donors and NGOs, local NGOs and the private sector can visualise and identify interventions to improve building and classroom infrastructure,
The platform will also
Join our pilot
We will be piloting the platform in 4 or 5 locations across the Solomon Islands between March to June 2020.
We are seeking a small group (5-7) of domestic and international education and training providers (especially those with programs for women and girls) and stakeholders (2-3) who are interested in improving infrastructure to participate in the pilot.
Email us here to express your interest firstname.lastname@example.org
List a building
If you know of non-residential buildings in the Solomon Islands that have spare capacity to be booked for education and training activities, we’d love to list them on the platform.
To submit a building for the platform, click here
Minimum info required is physical location (coordinates), address you'd give someone to find it, and a contact name and phone number to book the building.
Other ways to get involved
Technology For Development Challenge Winner
This project was one of 4 winners of the inaugural Australia Solomon Islands ‘Technology for Development Innovation Challenge’, run through DFAT’s Cyber Affairs department, in April 2019. See here for more information and background.