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KAMKALIMA COLLABORATIVE STORYTELLING

“MONITORING/MENTORING PROGRAM WITH A MENTOR FROM THE LEBANESE DIASPORA”

Siroun Shamigian and Nirsine Makkouk sat in a café in Hamra waiting to meet a few “users” – people who were using their social collaborative Arabic storytelling platform Kamkalima. It would be the first time meeting users live, and their excitement was palpable.

Creating their social platform is only the first phase of a rapidly evolving project of the two educators-turned-entrepreneurs. They’ve planned a number of additional game features, as well as a Kamkalima app for mobile phones and tablets. What’s more, they have developed an innovative educational platform in Arabic for use in schools and universities

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