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Charity Kanyoza

Charity Kanyoza is an analyst at OpenDevEd. He is an experienced trained primary school teacher, Digital education technology specialist, mentor, and mental health counselor.
He has implemented Digital education technology projects in Malawi and piloted a research Edtech project in the Republic of Sierra Leone, which aimed to increase early-grade reading and numeracy skills.
He is skilled in Teacher training. He has trained and worked with the Teacher training college lectures, preservice and in-service teachers in Edtech and participated in developing teacher training manuals for the Edtech projects such as Unlocking talent, and expanding help desk fixes for troubleshooting problems in the Edtech technical and software glitches.
He also possesses Complementary Basic education intervention skills with experience in working with refugees.
Correa de Oliveira, A., Kanyoza, C., Lurvink, A.-F., Boilo, V., Kadzamira, E., & Haßler, B. (2023). Teaching and Learning of Mathematics in the Context of the National Numeracy Programme in Malawi: Findings from a Rapid In-depth Qualitative Study [Working Paper]. EdTech Hub.
Oliveira, A. C. de, Kanyoza, C., Boilo, V., Chidothi, E., Kadzamira, E., Mpoola, D., McBurnie, C., Phiri, M., & Haßler, B. (2022). Teaching and learning of mathematics in the context of the National Numeracy Programme: Finding from a rapid in-depth qualitative study [Technical Report]. EdTech Hub.
Full list of publications available here.