The impact Pratham makes in India
Pratham has had a long history of having an impact on children and young adults in India, thanks to the Pratham team, supporters, volunteers and everyone who has made generous contributions to our growing movement.
The Hybrid learning program involves getting children together to co-create a learning space within their community. Digital devices and content placed directly in the hands of children providing them with opportunities and choices to learn on their own.
The program aims to create an open learning mechanism enabling children and youth to prepare for school, work, and life. Children learn on tablets and do projects or conduct activities (e.g. role plays, playing games) and then present what they have learned either in front of a live audience of parents or on a video.
Digital Initiatives - Hybrid Learning Program
Pratham establishes the ASER Centre to generate evidence for action.
Pratham receives international recognition—2010 Henry R. Kravis Leadership Prize, 2011 Skoll Foundation Award for Social Entrepreneurship and 2012 Wise Prize for Education.