The study began with a mapping exercise online with Tegemeo staff to identify which development donors and practitioners should be considered during the process, and which organisations would be selected to evaluate their capacities in relation to ICT enabled MLE. This helped to design the field research and interview data that was the next stage of the study. Field research was conducted within the institute to understand their existing technical and human capabilities associated with ICT enabled MLE though interviews and observations. Aptivate presented these findings and together with Tegemeo staff, reflected on them, then before drafting a report and a set of recommendations for Tegemeo to improve the efficiency and reliability of their ICT enabled MLE and capacity to support their work. The final recommendations included process and capacity enhancements for the use of mobile based ICT, evaluation of technology, selection decisions, full cost mapping and a core focus on the training of staff to use relatively low cost ICT equipment to its full potential.