The educational software Eneza was developed for children and adolescents in the rural areas of Kenya. With the help of simple mobile phones they can be taught and advised in addition to school lessons. While registering by SMS, people must specify whether they want to register as a student, teacher or parent. Students can learn by topic and write small tests – all via SMS. If more than 50 percent of the questions are answered incorrectly, Eneza sends out an invitation to an additional mini lesson. If they have any questions, teachers are available via SMS. Eneza informs parents automatically of their child’s test results, and teachers receive weekly feedback on their students’ performance. Teachers can also use Eneza to refresh their knowledge on specific topics. Eneza is expanding its target group to provide trainings for small businesses, too. More than six million users have benefited from this project.