There are many people who want to volunteer their skills and time to directly assist refugee children, but are limited by location and availability. These are significant obstacles that leave precious resources untapped and helpful desires unfulfilled. I've always thought that more programs should be focused on removing these blockers to volunteerism. The more frictionless the path to help, the more help one will receive. A platform like this is a great idea in that it not only addresses the issue of remoteness (as any online platform would do) but also seems to provide a lot of flexibility for the teacher/tutor in that they can align their assistance with their schedule and can commit to the period of time with which they feel comfortable. This way, the volunteer can effectively dip their toe in the water to try it out and then expand their involvement as they like. It's this approachable nature of the platform that I find really attractive. Even if the volunteer can't invest much time, they can still contribute and refugees can still receive the benefit of their help. Awesome!