Our goals

To reduce childhood illiteracy

TO REDUCE ILLITERACY RATES IN REMOTE CLASSROOMS

Encourage a love of reading

ENCOURAGE A LOVE OF READING IN EARLY CHILDHOOD.

PRESERVE THE CULTURE THROUGH THE CREATION OF LOCAL EBOOKS AND DIGITAL EBOOKS

EQUIPPING CHILDREN WITH LIMITED/NO INTERNET OR ELECTRICITY WITH DIGITAL LEARNING TOOLS​

PRESERVE THE CULTURE THROUGH THE CREATION OF LOCAL EBOOKS AND DIGITAL EBOOKS

PRESERVE CULTURE THROUGH THE CREATION OF LOCAL EBOOKS AND DIGITAL EBOOKS​

PROVIDING TEACHERS WITH DIGITAL RESOURCES AND TRAINING TO IMPROVE EDUCATIONAL STRATEGIES

PROVIDING TEACHERS WITH DIGITAL RESOURCES AND TRAINING TO IMPROVE EDUCATIONAL STRATEGIES​

How we do our work

Local community engagement - Finding local partners

Create local content

Design content on the app

Train Teachers​

Implement Sun Books in the classrooms

Evaluate children’s performance

Continuous Improvements

Innovation and Tech

The use of technology is one of the key tools for the success and impact of our project thanks to the use of tablets children have been able to increase their literacy level, have been interested in reading, and have fun while learning.

The impact has been gradual but constant thanks to the use of applications that teachers, volunteers and students have given to these.

Solar energy
Places where they need it 70%
App
App fully built and new contents are constantly added 100%
Tablet
In the process of acquiring more tablets to achieve coverage 50%
Cloud-based technology
Information and content available to update tablets 80%
Measuring student growth
Improvement of students directly benefited by the project 27%

OUR IMPACT AT A GLANCE​

We are committed to best practices by using evidence-based research to create quality educational outcomes.

4999 +
of children impacted
999 +
of tablets delivered
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of teachers trained
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eBooks and activities created

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Breaking the Cycle of Poverty and Illiteracy

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Literacy, the Access Code to Healing the World

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Education in Sub Saharan Africa

Online education has become an option for keeping students learning during COVID-19 pandemic but many youths and children in rural communities are lagging …
  • Solar - 17 %
  • App - 17 %
  • Tablet - 17 %
  • Cloud-based technology - 17 %
  • Software - 17 %
  • Measuring student growth - 17 %

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