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Short videos promote reading in schools and technological skills can be acquired playfully. But what can be done when students in remote areas fall through the cracks?

With its specially developed E-learning platform, a non-profit organisation in Africa is aiming to ensure everyone has access to the curriculum.

Schools or religious institutions serve as learning centres, and children use tablets to study at their own pace. Meaning they can decide when they are ready to move to the next level.

Young local coaches provide targeted support based on the children’s progress tracked by the platform. Their salaries are funded through donations and paid in relation to success rates.

The programme is already thriving in Zambia and South Africa.

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