For Girls and Boys from Classes 1-6 at Community Educational & Development Centre.
With the aim of bridging the economic and demographic divide amongst the poor economic strata of society, WWHI introduced DIGITAL LEARNING VIA TABLETS for young children, of whom 80 percent were girls. The program aimed at augmenting the school curriculum of the children by making learning more exciting, visual and contemporary. A great benefit of the project was that the children loved conducting the Science Experiments, as taught in the tablets.
The progress of the children was continuously monitored both physically by the teachers and also uploaded on cloud for evaluation by the software team.
Supported By: Indians For Collective Action (USA)