Indigenous Digital Outreach Programme

The project aims to better the learning experience of primary school students in rural schools through digital technology and art.

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HAUS KCH

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Endorsed by

British Council

The British Council creates international opportunities for the people of the UK and other countries, and builds trust between them worldwide.

Market of Implementation

  • Malaysia

Problem

We have identified 10 primary schools across the state of Sarawak that are facing the following issues:
  •  high drop out rate of students
  • depressing learning environment
  • limited access to information
  • libraries that have not been updated with newer books
  • delapitated school infrastructure
  • students from marginalised communities

Solution

By partnering with various organisations, and the principals of the different primary schools, we plan to cover the following areas:
  • refurbish the school library with newer books and to provide a more comfortable studying environment
  • set up a micro digital hub with computers and creative learning modules to enhance the teaching and studying process
  • to use art, music and sports as a medium to engage students to stay in school
  • incorporate the use of solar powered study lamps and street lights that allow students to study at night
  • painting of murals and artwork around to school to liven up the school environment
  • repair of basic school infrastructure

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