Despite the digital revolution booming in Kenya, 70% of the population still live in communities isolated from computer access and education.
However, what we typically see when it comes to computer education for under-served markets is charity models that don't work and don't last.
Which begs the question: "How do you create a sustainable and scalable model for computer education to serve the world's poorest?"
We realized: families in emerging markets may not have much income, but they do have access to something else: data about themselves. Is there a way to turn data, a resource that communities have, into education- a resource that communities need? Enter Lumen Labs.
How does it work? Read on >>>>