for underprivileged children around the world.










According to the UNICEF data survey 2020, more than 90 per cent of ministries of education enacted some form of policy to provide digital and broadcast remote learning. Most students, about 70 per cent have assets at home that would allow them to learn remotely through digital or broadcast classes at the global and regional levels.

Conversely, at the 31 per cent of school children worldwide cannot be reached by remote learning programs. The main reason is to a lack of necessary household assets or unable to access their needs. In addition, 40 per cent of countries did not provide remote learning opportunities at the pre-primary level of education. According to the UNICEF, remote learning factsheet 2020, there are 70 per cent of students from around the world live in rural area who cannot be reached and over three quarters come from the poorest 40 per cent of household.

Predictably, digital and broadcast remote learning have a higher potential by delivering education channels that include take-home packages, in-build channels, and live streaming for the subjects of mathematics, science, world language, music, kids’ yoga, life skills, art & literature, social studies, and technology & computer science.

Math Channel: Math channel focus to enhance math skills which increase analytical, reasoning, and problem-solving abilities.

Science Channel: Science channel helps to develop a scientific approach towards a life, increase critical thinking abilities, discovery and research, fundamental structures, logical reasoning, and intellectual capabilities.

World Language Channel: Language channel focus on English reading and listening. Moreover, introducing foreign language, learning world language helps respecting other people, fosters on understanding of the interrelation of the culture.

Music Channel: Music channel provide opportunity to explore music. Learning music is meaningful and gratifying experience which helps to develop learning skills, communication skills, creativity, teamwork, discipline, respect for others, and self-esteem.

Kid's Yoga Channel: Yoga channel is precisely developing for the kids and tailor the yoga sequences for children’s well-being. Yoga helps children manage their anxiety, emotional regulation, boost self-esteem, increase mindfulness, enhance concentration, increase memory, and reduce impulsivity.

Life Skills Channel: Life skills channel helps children to find new avenues and problem solving, recognize the impact of their actions and teaches them to take responsibility, build confidence in communication skills, analyze options and develop a greater sense of self awareness.

Art & Literature Channel: Art & Literature channel emphasis on creativity, connection, and communication, which helps to understand principals of design, ideology, politics and culture, and social movements.

Social Studies Channel: This channel helps studying social sciences, understanding of the real world around them, children increase their knowledge about places, cultures, and events around the world.

Technology & Computer Science Channel: Technology provides different opportunity to children to gain skills they need to be successful in the future.

Going the Distance in Distance Learning
Help us give needy students the opportunity to learn K1 to K12 Program Virtually during the
Pandemic with a TABLET.

Digital Tablet has become an indispensable tool in challenging times the World is facing currently. Non-ability to go to a school due to the Pandemic has created unprecedented challenges in continuity of education system for foreseeable future. We are embarking on a massive, months-long virtual-pedagogy approach as Schools are empty… Children are home... entire Educational Landscape has changed, and Online Schooling is born.

A practical solution to circumvent this situation is Distance Learning with the aid of a Digital Tablet. A tablet will help teacher provide high quality and engaging Distance Learning Lessons while being able to communicate with students via video conferencing, record lessons for their students, use virtual manipulatives, provide interactives and live examples instead of using notepads to write down examples/notes and share them via a camera. The entire process is interactive and will encourage children to participate.