Building vocabulary before age 2 is an essential tool for helping children from low-income communities start school on equal footing with their more affluent peers. Several programs in the USA are leveraging technology and one-on-one coaching to help
Men and women over 90 years old are the fastest-growing demographic in the United States.
New research has shown that certain lifestyle choices can make a huge difference in our ability to reach those "oldest old" years, and be healthy enough to e
Pinky Singh is in the midst of a six month training course to become a female taxi driver. Her training is part of a program by the Azad Foundation in India to put thousands of female drivers on the road and bring economic empowerment to some of Delh
FAT (Feminist Approach to Technology) runs a tech center in southern Delhi, which I was lucky enough to visit last week.
At FAT, girls come to learn computer skills and photography, but their training extends to include individual empowerment and
Girl Rising is a feature film from 2013 that tells the true stories of nine girls from around the world, each of whom has faced incredible obstacles in gaining an education.
In the video below, one of the film's writers, Sooni Taraporevala, share
I'd love to know more about what the ICT solution might do from a functionality perspective. What are some of the key needs you'd like to to address, and what elements of your research finding may need to be addressed in other ways?
Have you seen other NGOs implementing technology solutions that you're particularly inspired by?
I love the idea of hosting workshops to engage marginalized populations in arts and music. Thank you for sharing this idea.
One question I have is: With Amplify support, how would you like to build on the existing work you are doing? Is there something new or different you are proposing? If so, why are you choosing to grow your program in this way? I would love to understand more.