Learning under SCS BMAP, Zambia Goes Virtual to Encourage Physical Distancing
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SCS BMAP has released COVID-19-related resources and stories on its web portal for education and training of journalists. To enable remote learning, SCS Djibouti has adapted project activities to virtual capacity-development sessions and provided IT equipment and data bundles to civil society organizations (CSOs) to participate in these sessions. 

SCS Zambia has transitioned to virtual trainings for youth participants. To accommodate this transition, the project is purchasing data bundles for participants and breaking down the training into two-hour sessions to maximize participation.

SCS Global understands that this is only the beginning of responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. We will continue to monitor the situation in all countries and adapt our projects to serve those with whom we work.