In line with the goals of International Youth Day 2022, Lenovo is partnering with youth organizations across Asia Pacific to provide future-ready tech skills and access to technology to underrepresented youth.
Beneficiary partners include TNS India Foundation (TNSIF), Code Like A Girl in Australia and New Zealand, Waffle in Japan, and Solve Education! in markets across ASEAN, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, and Singapore, as well as in Hong Kong SAR of China.
Solve Education! is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping people worldwide receive quality education.
Solve Education! develops applications combining curriculum with gameplay. Its proprietary city-building game, Dawn of Civilization, includes a series of tasks participants must complete within each chapter to earn reward points. These platforms deliver English language, Numeracy, and essential life skill lessons, catered towards equipping students with the requisite elementary skillsets.
“The pandemic has further highlighted the inequalities when it comes to access to education, especially with the transition to virtual learning. Many of the available free courses and applications online are in English, which is why our efforts have a greater focus on English literacy. We are excited to continue our collaboration with Solve Education! and help change the lives of more Filipino youth through technology,” aid Michael Ngan, President and General Manager, Lenovo Philippines.
Lenovo is committed to impacting 15 million lives globally through philanthropic programs and partnerships. With the new Lenovo TransforME grant program, Lenovo is also focusing on transforming 1 million lives by 2025 through skilling. Through long-standing partnerships with organizations across Asia Pacific, Lenovo is increasing access and cultivating greater interest in STEM education among youth, especially in underserved populations.