Can't Wait to Learn
Can’t Wait to Learn is unique in that children can learn in their own community, even when there are no teachers. Children learn by playing serious educational games on tablet computers. The game itself includes instruction, practice, and a learning management system.
Can’t Wait to Learn aims to support and supplement the traditional education model in conflict-affected areas in the short term, without displacing it in the...View Details
Frontline is a professional messaging platform designed to support your engagement needs from start-up to scale. Our technologies are comprised of four core functions: a messaging + mobile payments gateway, a form-based automation builder, a mobile-first contact database (CRM), and a suite of open APIs. Each component is designed to connect your front line communication with your back office database, everywhere, in...View Details
Feed The Monster
Feed The Monster uses a an exciting and proven play to learn techniques in which kids enjoy playing the different levels, collecting and growing their pet monsters while learning Arabic reading and writing fundamentals. PROMOTES READING, WRITING, EMOTIONAL AND SOCIAL SKILLS Feed The Monster is the largest and best learn to read and write Arabic app in stores today. It was developed by linguistic specialist and acclaimed educators,...View Details
RapidPro is an open source software that allows mobile-based applications to be easily built and scaled from anywhere in the world. RapidPro has been used governments and development partners to connect, engage, and collaborate directly with communities, particularly the most marginalized. RapidPro has been used in widely differing contexts and sectors to collect and analyze information in support of national systems strengthening...View Details
Mobile Solar Computer Classroom
The Mobile Solar Computer Classroom is helping bridge the digital divide in Uganda by making computer skills accessible, affordable, and relevant to rural schools and community libraries in Uganda. The enterprise uses solar-powered computers – housed in modified SUV vehicles fitted with solar panels – to bring its technology to its trainees. A digital literacy curriculum is delivered to each participating venue over the course of...View Details
BluPoint delivers vital information and services to offline and off-grid remote communities.
BluPoint's patent-pending offline Internet solution comprises cloud based services, content conversion software and resilient low energy servers. BluPoint uniquely enables our customers to distribute their content to all mobile devices (including radios and basic phones), incredibly quickly and on-demand, without data charges to the...View Details
Teachers for Teachers (Kakuma)
Teachers College, Columbia University and Finn Church Aid, in partnership with UNHCR and the Lutheran World Federation, have launched the new Teachers for Teachers initiative in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya to support refugee and other teachers in their efforts to improve their own teaching practice and student learning in the camp.
Through support from IDEO.org, the Teachers for Teachers model was piloted in 2015 and draws on...View Details
Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. They offer math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more. Math missions guide learners from kindergarten to calculus using state-of-the-art, adaptive technology that identifies strengths and learning gaps. They're also...View Details
Connected Learning in Crisis Consortium
Coordinated by UNHCR and the University of Geneva (InZone), the Connected Learning in Crisis Consortium (CLCC) was founded in 2016. The CLCC aims to promote, coordinate and support the provision of quality higher education in contexts of conflict, crisis and displacement through Connected Learning. Connected Learning is an innovative form of higher education that uses information technology to combine face-to-face and online...View Details
Alternative educational resources for students across Lebanon, accessible for everyone and for free.
In 2013, Lebanese Alternative Learning (LAL) launched Tabshoura, an e-learning project based on the Lebanese curriculum, available in three languages and covering all school topics. The platform is free, easily accessible, interactive and based on a “ Learn by Doing” approach.
We work with a network of professionals,...View Details