Vivo Australia and India to open their first ‘learning hubs’ in 2019
Vivo has announced plans to open its first “learning hubs” in 2019 and has announced it will provide education to people in remote rural communities in India.
“We’re taking a holistic approach to education.
The learning hub is part of that,” said Tim Laidler, CEO of Vivo.
The new hubs will be the first in the world to use the Vivo platform to deliver education to the remote communities of India. “
The idea of connecting to remote communities and connecting with people who have been there, who have had their education, who might have gone to school and they might be able to help themselves or their families or friends, that’s where we’re going to be working.”
The new hubs will be the first in the world to use the Vivo platform to deliver education to the remote communities of India.
Laidlers team of about 60 people will operate from the “learning hub” that will be open in 2019 in Kolkata, India’s capital city.
“When we first launched the Viva platform, we saw that the vast majority of the people in rural India are illiterate,” he said.
“I think that we will be able over time to see a really significant increase in the uptake of education in remote areas.” “
Vivo’s new learning hubs are also expected to open next year in New Delhi and Kolkatta, India. “
I think that we will be able over time to see a really significant increase in the uptake of education in remote areas.”
Vivo’s new learning hubs are also expected to open next year in New Delhi and Kolkatta, India.
The company has already begun to provide remote education to communities, including the Kumbh Mela and the World Food Prize.
“In India, we see the impact that remote education can have on people.
And we know that the children of remote villages in India, especially the kids from the rural villages, are often at a disadvantage,” Laidls said.
The Vivo learning hub will be located in the heart of Kolkattan, one of the country’s poorest districts, where it will focus on providing the skills, knowledge and knowledge transfer between rural and urban schools.
“With this learning hub, we will create a space where remote students and teachers can get the same skills and knowledge from one another, but from their schools, and not just their schools,” Liders said.
In the coming years, Laidlls team will expand the hub to include an education and health center and a learning center in the city of Vellore.
“Over time, we think we will have a learning hub that’s a combination of all these places,” he added.