Hi Christel! Thank you very much for your question.
Our main goal is to inspire and equip agents of change with educational material relevant to each emergency situation. Following this purpose, we plan to track, awareness and adoption of the agents of change, mainly quantifying their interaction with the platform and in a subsequent stage, define a direct partnerships with NGO’s.
After receiving feedback from stakeholders and beneficiaries, stressing the need to prioritize knowledge as: camp maps, human rights, personal health, accountability and the role of authorities, among other topics; we re-evaluated the content of the cards: the knowledge on them, the information they should carry and theirs participation on the system. We defined three objectives to define the content:
1. Elevate women’s voice at the center of the conversation: “Girls and women teaching the system”. 2. Map the priority points that have the ability to transform the complex situation : “Understand the root and the symptoms”. 3. Translate the priority points into cards emphasizing self-reflection assessments (system thinking): “Knowledge vs. Understanding”. This last point, is our proposal to measure progress in learning along temporal displacements, where the education systems act in parallel until a formal system gets again in place.