No, we do not. We help organize what is available and then work with partners on the ground to curate a library of it. They make the ultimate decision on what content they would like to teach to their children.

We tend to focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) subjects, vocational skills and English literacy because this is where the majority of our target communities would like to see improvement. It is also easier to find culturally-neutral content in these fields than in other subjects. We can also complement this material with locally relevant content in topics such as literature and humanities.

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