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Bridging the digital divide by reaching previously underserved children in the developing world-urban slums and remote-rural populations, ethnic minorities, juvenile home detainees, and children with special needs-Hole-in-the-Wall has installed over 500 public Playground Learning Stations across India, Bhutan, Cambodia and countries in the African continent.

Bridging the digital divide by reaching previously underserved children in the developing world-urban slums and remote-rural populations, ethnic minorities, juvenile home detainees, and children with special needs-Hole-in-the-Wall has installed over 500 public Playground Learning Stations across India, Bhutan, Cambodia and countries in the African continent. Game-activities promote experiential learning that is mapped to prescribed primary grade curricula across various subjects, Hole-in-the-Wall's Activity Based E-Learning Solution imparts a playful learning environment by encouraging learning through self and group exploration beyond the  classroom.

(The Oscar winning film 'Slumdog Millionaire' was based on a book by the same name inspired by Mitra's 'Hole in the wall' experiments.)

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