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CharityHelp International's Accelerating Education Initiative

CharityHelp International's Accelerating Education Initiative Fund. The money donated to this account will be only paid to Canadian registered charities which are participating in CharityHelp International's Accelerating Education Initiative.

Organizer: Paul Stevers

Type Of Group: Education and Research

Location: Toronto, ON

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The Group's Purpose

The Accelerating Education Initiative is designed to help schools benefit from the rapid growth of free digital educational information and low cost communication technologies. Since this initiative leverages several major global trends and can be implemented by many organizations simultaneously around the world, the positive social impact of this initiative could become very substantial. To learn more about it, please see this short video: www.charityhelp.org/aei

For even more info, see: http://charityhelp.org/chi3/accelerating-education-initiative/initiative-overview

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For more info, see: http://charityhelp.org/chi3/get-involved

About the Organizers

CharityHelp International has been active in Afghanistan for more than 10 years and started by supporting orphanages through its partner, the Afghan Child Education and Care Organization (AFCECO). About 4 years ago, the management team formed Think Renewables to generate ongoing support for CharityHelp International. Think Renewables started with creating and selling solar powered computer stations and then more recently, developed a line of Conferencing eStations.

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