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There is a learning crisis in Indonesia and Malaysia, where the children and youth are severely affected.
In Indonesia, there is a low literacy level in low-income households. Student drop out rate is high as students start working early to earn money to help their families put food on the table.
In Malaysia, over 400,000 children suffer from mental disorders. School drop out rate is over 10% amongst Orang Asli children. Most of these students drop out of school before they can take their SPM exams. For those SPM graduates, 72% of them do not want to further their studies.
We need to motivate learners to enjoy learning through fun and engaging activities, games and exercises in order for them to become confident, critical thinkers, creative communicators and independent lifelong learners.
It is clear that there is a pressing need to tackle the learning crisis in Indonesia and Malaysia, and inspiraComm has the solution for this.
At inspiraComm, we help develop children and youths to achieve their fullest potential through the following ways: