NaTakallam (“we speak” in Arabic) recruits and hires displaced Syrians as language partners and connects them to Arabic learners around the world, providing affordable intercultural and language exchange by leveraging available online communication technologies.
The Chinansi Foundation aims to alleviate human suffering and social injustices by providing hope for socioeconomic development.
The Stepping Stones program aims to improve the government's existing Anganwadi early childhood development centres for indigenous tribal groups in rural communities through the development of an enhanced curriculum, use of technology to track implementation and child outcomes, public-private partnerships, and community engagement.
Thanda's After-School Program aims to develop motivated, life-long learners with the confidence, knowledge and skills to improve both their own lives and their communities.
A new way to engage parents and the wider community to curb school drop-out rates, and improve school completion rates.
The Rwandan Children’s Book Initiative (RCBI) supports the writing, publication and wide distribution of Kinyarwanda children’s books with a focus on Primary 1-3.
Know Zone supports literacy, numeracy and life-skills learning through a combination of drama, storytelling, animation and studio-based programmes, backed up with interactive support materials.
The iWitness in Rwanda project uses witness testimony of genocide via internet based resources to promote positive values through increasing the understanding of genocide.
The Tarayana Foundation’s Early Childhood Care and Development Centers use play-based learning to prepare 3 to 5 year old children for school and provide rural communities with safe, free early childhood services in remote villages of Bhutan.