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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