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Studio Schools aim to respond to employers’ concerns about the lack of work readiness amongst school leavers.
iThra Youth Initiative
Focused on creative STEM education and character-building skills, iThra Youth Initiative is a major youth development project, complementing initiatives that promote transition towards a knowledge-based society.
Elige Educar aims to attract more talented students to become teachers by improving the public image of the profession, teacher-training programs and school working conditions.
Charity School for The Children of Migrant Workers
This project is the first in China to provide education for migrant children by establishing low-cost educational opportunities.
Pathways to Education
Pathways to Education Canada is a charitable organization that works to ensure that all young people graduate and realize their full potential.
The Medersat.com program guarantees a year of pre-school education in poor rural areas, followed by a six-year curriculum leading to the Certificate of Primary Education (CPE).
ALISON is transforming global online learning through its free interactive multimedia basic education and workplace skills training courses with certification.
Radiophone uses a combination of community radio and telephone-based systems to deliver literacy, numeracy and healthy habits content through Galli Galli Sim Sim (GGSS, the Indian Sesame Street), which is culturally, linguistically and contextually relevant to migrant populations, to help children prepare for school and life.
PEAS (Promoting Equality in African Schools)
PEAS creates high-quality, sustainable secondary schools that contribute to long-term societal change, poverty reduction and the empowerment of young people in Uganda and Zambia.
Student Bank Project
The Student Bank project was started in Thailand in 2005 and is now established in 30 schools with 12,568 active members.
SAT (Sistema de Aprendizaje Tutorial)
The Sistema de Aprendizaje Tutorial (SAT) is an innovative rural education program that provides targeted learning opportunities for rural populations.
The Mobile Solar Computer Classroom
The Mobile Solar Computer Classroom (MSCC) consists of a modified Toyota RAV4 (with a custom rack on top to support solar panels), three 65-Watt solar panels, one 200 mA battery, 15 Intel Classmate PC laptop computers and 1 Internet Router, a 5m-by-3m foldable tent, 8 folding tables, and 16 folding chairs.