I haven't quite understood your question but I will assume you want to know the importance of such product to the beneficiaries. During emergencies provision of education is seen as not an emergency compared to healthcare, food, and shelter and as a result most of the humanitarian bodies end up not including it in their programs and budgets. With this [roduct, we are trying to lower the cost of providing education during emergencies as well as providing technologically relevant and easy to deploy system so that school going kids do not miss out on education during emergencies.
Anne-Laure Fayard Mobile penetration in Kenya is very high (89%) and as a result there is a very huge number of SMS subscription services especially in the Education Sector. There is a product from http://enezaeducation.com/products/shupavu/ where Primary school kids subscribe to examination questions and can even track their progress for an entire school term. There are also Health related SMS subscriptions but I haven't seen them utilize a platform like TextIt to do surveys; the communication is always one-way. I think using SMS to do surveys would make a lot of difference especially when it comes to ease of data collection and dissemination of relevant info to the youth about Sex and Reproductive Health based on their age, whether sexually active as well as trying to eradicate misconceptions about contraceptives. After reading your post, I have been trying to come up with some use cases for such service. Hopefully I will come up with something.