How can EdTech solutions improve learning outcomes for underserved learners in Southeast Asia while being affordable and accessible?
The Octava Foundation has partnered with MIT Solve to launch the inaugural Octava Social Innovation Challenge, aimed at identifying and supporting accessible and affordable EdTech solutions that improve learning outcomes for underserved K-12 learners in Southeast Asia. The Challenge seeks solutions operating in at least one of Octava Foundation’s target countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. $500,000 in total prize funding is available for up to 8 selected winners of the Challenge, and in addition to funding, Challenge winners will participate in a ten-month tailored support program run by MIT Solve and the Octava Foundation.
Learn more about the Octava Social Innovation Challenge here.
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT A SOLUTION: October 15, 2021