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If you are not able to volunteer in our programs, but would still like to contribute to our mission to transform lives through education and to make available learning to disadvantaged communities globally, then please consider making a donation, no matter how big or small, your donation can make a difference.


SOME OF OUR IMPACT PROJECTS INCLUDE:


FATIHA SHUIB & FRIENDS’S LIFELONG LEARNING PLATFORM


A humanitarian project by Nur Fatiha binti Shuib from Fatiha Shuib and Friends in collaboration with MyMobileUniversity to offer Mobile and Web-Based learning platform to make learning accessible for the refugees to enhance their digital literacy and to empower them via education to improve their livelihood and give a positive impact to their workplace, social and community circle.



KYUSA’S LIFELONG LEARNING PLATFORM


Kyusa is a nonprofit in Kampala, Uganda that empowers out of school youth in urban slums to turn their passions into sustainable careers. The organization addresses the lack of the economic opportunity for school dropouts through an innovative, holistic program.

Through the use of free online courses, mentoring, skills development and entrepreneurship training, Kyusa turns participants’ mindset of hopelessness into determination and confidence. Kyusa’s pilot class is graduated on September 28th. As a result of the program, 80% of the participants are either employed or have started their own venture.

The self paced learning approach encourages the use of one’s imagination, creative, critical and ethical thinking skills which act as a catalyst for the transformation of one’s potentialities into productive skills. This is backed up by soft skills development training and a career based mentoring support system.



WORLD ASSEMBLY OF YOUTH’S LIFELONG LEARNING PLATFORM


The World Assembly of Youth (WAY) is the international coordinating body of national youth councils and organisations. The full members of WAY are national youth councils. WAY has 140 member organisations from all continents. Founded in 1949, WAY has general consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations and works inclose cooperation with several UN agencies including UNAIDS, UNEP, ILO UNESCO, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO. WAY works for promotion of youth and youth organisations in programme areas such as: youth employment, environment, human rights, democracy, population, health, drugs, community development and leadership training.



LIBERIA NATIONAL STUDENT UNION’S LIFELONG LEARNING PLATFORM


Emmanuel N. B. Flomo is a Youth Activist and Founder of the Student Voices-AFRICA and Chief of Liberia Student Union in collaboration with MyMobileUniversity brings FREE learning to all to help them learn new things or up-skill themselves to become employable or move up the career ladder.

This platform is suitable for all ages and all disciplines. The students in Liberia find it difficult to access education as they are struggling and facing serious hitches for education.

This platform will help empower most young people of Liberia who are unemployed despite some being very qualified to find skills in addition to their qualifications. We wish you a good learning experience. Let us impact lives together through education.



MALAYSIAN SCHOOL HUMAN AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT ONLINE LEARNING CENTER


Welcome to Malaysian Schools Human and Career Development Online Learning Center. Our Learning platform has been designed by SASTRA Education Development in collaboration with ILMU (Instilling Learning for Malaysian Unity) to assist students, teachers, parents and the community with thousands of resource materials which can help to enhance Academic Performance and Career Development.





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