Luminos Fund: Speed Schools

The Luminos Fund ( works to ensure no child is ever denied an education, whether by poverty, crisis, or discrimination. Luminos is one of the few international, non-government organizations with a proven model, laser focus, and compelling track record for helping out-of-school children learn and catch up to grade level. The organization works to empower communities and reverse the global learning crisis that has left millions of children out of school and lacking opportunity.

Pratham Education Foundation

Pratham is an innovative learning organization created to improve the quality of education in India. Established in 1995 to provide education to children in Mumbai, Pratham has grown in both scope and scale, with programs today reaching children and youth across the country. Pratham is currently present in 22 states and union territories across India reaching approximately 16.7 million children and youth every year.

POWER99 Foundation

POWER99 Foundation is registered as a non-profit development organization under Section 42 of the Companies Ordinance 1984. POWER99 Foundation uses an integrated participatory approach, which is free from any biases of gender, caste, religion or color and which, involves all stakeholders. Its long -term goal is to promote a culture of peace and coexistence to strengthen democracy as a system of government to resolve conflicts in Pakistan. Its short-term goal is to support promising organizations and networks that are promoting a more tolerant, plural and peaceful society.


M-Shule is the first personalized, mobile learning platform in Africa to connect learners with tailored tutoring, training, assessments and data through SMS. Meaning “mobile school” in Swahili, M-Shule’s platform uses artificial intelligence to deliver personalized learning support, skill development, and data collection tools over text message and chatbots. Then M-Shule analyzes data and shares insights with key stakeholders and organizations to power better support.

IACT: Little Ripples

iACT is a Los Angeles-based international organization providing humanitarian action to aid, empower, and extend hope to those affected by mass atrocities. All of iACT's work is grounded in community collaboration, trauma-informed approaches, restorative practices, and peacebuilding skill-development. Through innovative, human-centered program design, iACT adapts our programs including Little Ripples, the Refugees United Soccer Academy, LEAD with EMPATHY leadership development program, and livelihood solutions to meet the needs of the community.

Ek Tara

Ek Tara is a registered Trust working towards facilitating the integration of urban marginalized communities focused on the girl child through education and comprehensive development. We work in the fields of education, health-hygiene-nutrition and vocational training for children and women in eastern India’s slum communities. We offer multi-pronged programmes which aim at holistic development of our beneficiaries. Currently we have over 1000 children in our community centre at Topsia located in Kolkata, India.

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