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With the firm belief that only education can bridge social and economic divides, and offer lesser-privileged communities a better future, WCF supports and complements a range of educational programs in various countries.
WCF runs computer literacy centers across India to give students (Grades 1 to 10) better access to computers and technology-related job-skills.
131 centers are operated in collaboration with Pratham Infotech Foundation across Mumbai, Pune, Nashik and Gurgaon.
WCF runs computer literacy centers independently in Chennai, Visakhapatnam and Bengaluru with the help of local, experienced teachers.
WCF also supports some schools with computers to improve the computer-to-student ratio and enhance learning.
Globally, the program is being implemented in 167 schools, benefiting 55,700 and Computer and Digital literacy campaign in communities covered 84891 children.
WCF offers Digital Treasure, a web-based e-learning platform created for lesser-privileged students across India providing a wealth of educational content essential for equipping them with academic and real-life skills.
WCF has set up Digital Learning Centers in schools located in low-income areas. The centers are equipped with digitized versions of the entire course curriculum content in English and local Indian languages.
The centers empower teachers to enhance students' learning outcomes (Grades 1 to 10). They also help students to understand concepts better, retain their interest in learning and curb school dropouts.
The program is being implemented in 127 schools benefitting nearly 60,400 students.
The Community Knowledge Hub acts as an educational support center, providing modern learning aids to students in remote communities.
It caters to 4100+ students from 28 schools.
The Hub has a science center with a physics lab equipped to help students perform a range of experiments, a robotics lab, a digital microscope to view biological slides and a bench for chemistry experiments.
The Hub also has an e-learning facility, a library and a lecture room where shows, talks and training sessions are held for students and teachers.
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