Edulution runs numeracy catch-up programs in Learning Centres in schools in remote rural areas in South Africa, Namibia, and Zambia, and refugee camps. The model provides a unique mix of technology, local coaches, high quality content, and evidence-based analytics that enable
Ineffective learning can be a major cause of school dropouts, limited economic and social opportunities, and prolonged cycles of poverty. In sub-Saharan Africa, 63% of youth are unemployed, and only 20% of primary school learners have foundational numeracy skills.
Edulution was founded in 2015 to create systemic change from the root. Our goal is to transform how Africa learns with innovative EdTech and human development. We run our programs offline, off-grid, remotely, and in peri-urban areas.
We serve over 18,000 monthly active learners. And with over 200 employed coaches that previously were unemployed local youth, Edulution is positively impacting vulnerable communities by solving unemployment and helping learners catch up.
What sets us apart:
• We have impacted over 40,000 learners across three countries.
• Data informs our actions. We collect information about every learner, which informs our learner pedagogy, operations, coach commission, and stakeholders.
• We formally hire and train unemployed local youth to become coaches (e-learning facilitators).
• Edulution sessions take place during the school's timetable. We collaborate closely with schools & government departments.
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