We are committed to the delivery of Quality Education in SubSahara.
Digital education requires broadband connectivity, combining satellite communications and e-learning, Wide Reach, Equal-to-all, Up-to-date education can be deployed instantly.
Spacecom provide turnkey projects with free and lower-cost satellite connectivity during and after COVID-19, ensuring inclusive, equitable education for all.


Ramat Gan, Israel
Private sector company
Established : 1992
Education and COVID-19 Response


Support the equitable continuation of learning
During the COVID-19 pandemic
Ensure a full and fair return to education
Following the pandemic
Strengthen learning systems
For the future
Close digital divides and enhance connectivity for education

Spacecom is honored to join the UNESCO COVID-19 Education Coalition, and provide with its partners free satellite capacity over Sub-Sahara Africa using the AMOS-17 satellite, and satellite based services to enable immediate access to distant learning to all the population, even the most remote, during this crisis, and at reduced cost after the crisis.
The satellite wide reach and almost immediate deployment time allows for continuous support and equality in educational services, even for un-connected locations.
The advantages of satellite-based solutions for education:
• Wide reach – the satellite enables connectivity anywhere, including most remote rural areas .
• Equality – bridging the Digital Divide as students who live in rural and remote locations can get the same level of education as students in urban areas.
• Quick deployment – satellite services can be deployed almost immediately.
• Cost efficiency – satellite is the most suitable means for addressing very large audiences, regardless of the number of receivers.

Regional Focus


Countries of Interest

Ethiopia, Nigeria, Democratic Republic of the Congo, United Republic of Tanzania, Côte d'Ivoire


Quality Education is a key UN-SDG goal for 2030, aiming to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.
Even before COVID-19, Africa’s smaller communities were behind. Digital learning offers many benefits, but few mass implementations in Sub-Sahara due to scarce communication infrastructure.
Combining satellite communications and digital learning, governments can efficiently and cost-effectively deploy nationwide e-educational programs, with unique advantages:
• Wide reach – enable connectivity anywhere, including most remote rural areas.
• Equality – providing the same level of education to all students, no matter where they live or socio-economic status.
• Extension – the best teachers and moderators train new teachers.
• Quick deployment – satellite services can be deployed immediately for instant, widespread use of updated educational materials.
• Independency – satellites do not depend on other communication infrastructures.
• Efficiency – satellite is most suitable for addressing very large audiences.
Spacecom provide end-to-end educational projects that require one-way and broadband connectivity in remote and unconnected communities, and broadcasting of educational TV channels to large populations.
Spacecom provides free and lower-cost satellite capacity over Sub-Sahara during the crisis, and satellite-based services to enable immediate access to distant learning to all the population during and after this crisis.

Action areas

Learner Wellbeing

Learning opportunities

Universal Connectivity

Strengthen infrastructure to expand the reach of connectivity
Provide free or discounted connectivity for learners and teachers

Digital Learning Content

Create or enable access to teacher training resources

Capacity Development

Capacity development to support distance learning
Capacity development to strengthen system resilience and response to future shocks
Capacity development to support and provide training to teaching staff

Primary Contact

Mr. Eran Shapiro


Senior Contact