SOLE in a Box provides schools across South Africa with crowdfunded kits that allow students to guide their own learning by using the internet to answer "big questions" and develop IT skills, creativity, and entrepreneurship.
The HOpE Program in Indonesia gives microloans to low-income mothers conditional on sending their school-age children to school, helps at-risk youth find employment, and conducts entrepreneurship training to help youth create new micro businesses.
HeLP's peer-to-peer promotes health lifestyles among Indonesian secondary school students, substantially decreasing the risk of unhealthy behavior and increasing knowledge associated with sexual relationships, HIV/AIDs, and drug prevention.
Parikrma's four schools use a model of "end-to-end" assistance to support students from severely underprivileged backgrounds in Bangalore by providing high-quality K-12 education supplemented by healthcare, family support services, scholarships for higher education, and career mentorship.
The Getting Ready for School program trains older children to actively engage with pre-school children in their communities, helping young learners prepare for a successful transition to primary school in areas where formal preschool is not available.
NaTakallam (“we speak” in Arabic) recruits and hired 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.
Zimbabwe Network of Early Childhood Development Actors (ZINECDA) is a national umbrella of Early Childhood Development Organizations working in partnership to influence policies, programs and practice related to Early Childhood Development (ECD) by sharing information on experiences and generating knowledge and understanding of ECD.