While the current global closure of schools – as a result of COVID-19 emergency measures – deprives 1.5 billion children of education, Aide et Action is committed to providing educational continuity within its projects. In India, our teams have just launched the “iDream” mobile application designed to provide uninterrupted access to learning for the most isolated children living in rural areas.
On 23 April, Aide et Action officially launched its iDream learning app in India. Intended for marginalized children, it aims to provide uninterrupted access to comprehensive and appropriate educational content, enabling the holistic development of young learners and the improvement of their academic and cognitive skills………….………………
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