Pratham - Shah PraDigi Innovation Center
is selected as one of the winners of the
Learning Engineering Tools Competition 2021-22
We are delighted to announce that Pratham - Shah PraDigi Innovation Center is selected as one of the winners of this year’s Learning Engineering Tools Competition under the Adult Learning track! Our YouthNet program is one of the scalable EdTech tools eligible to share the award prize of $4 million.
Rural Plastic Waste Management Study 2022
Pratham undertook an exploratory study for children to understand the problem of plastic waste management in rural India. This study is a part of Pratham’s Learning for Life curriculum. In this study, we covered 8400 households, in 700 villages across 70 districts, in 15 states. Findings to be released in July 2022. Click here to sign up for the report.
PraDigi Open Learning is a part of
the HundrED Selected Innovator Community!
A year ago, on Children’s Day 2020, Pratham and Pratham Books’ StoryWeaver announced a collaboration to develop and grow a repository of reading resources for young children. This Children’s Day, we bring to you over one thousand stories in 10 Indian languages and English. Everyone is invited – come pick a story to read, act out, listen to or even draw! So, come join the Kahaniyaan hi Kahaniyaan campaign – and have some story fun!
PraDigi Community Projects
YouthNet is a remote learning program that is aimed at driving a community mission led by Youth who work towards education, environment, health and livelihood. The program is designed based on the principle of ‘Education for Education,’ where youth aged 14-25 commit to community projects and earn social credits. In turn, they gain access to courses and mentorship delivered on a digital community platform that equips them with vocational and 21st-century skills. These community projects are ongoing in 15,000+ villages across 13 states of India.
Access to technology is still a questionable reality in most states of India today. The rural teledensity and wireless teledensity figures indicate the economic disparity between rural and urban communities. The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic further brought to light these skewed disparities. In this regard, Pratham explored low-tech resources such as SMS, Radio, TV, and Whatsapp, to ensure that content reached the children and the learning did not halt.
शेयर विथ केयर
- 3min 25sec
अंगणवाडी व्हिडीओ- आठवडा 1
- 4min 55sec
यूट्यूब का उपयोग करके सीखें
- 4min 55sec
अंगणवाडी व्हिडीओ- आठवडा 2
- 4min 44sec
मधुमेह के साथ जीना
- 8min 2sec
बच्चों में मधुमेह
- 4min 15sec
1. प्लंबिंग का परिचय
- 4min 12sec
3. प्लंबिंग के लिए आवश्यक औजार
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फ्रैक्चर भाग 1
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फ्रैक्चर भाग 2
- 6min 57sec