1.2 billion children don’t have access to the text books that provide an opportunity to learn in a classroom. They remain trapped in an extreme poverty due to illiteracy and low level education.
The devices are pre-loaded with local, national and international educational content tailored to improved learning outcomes and help children escape the cycle of poverty.
Children in Uganda want to learn
– they need your help
Inspire a Love of Learning
Donate $35 towards a Sun Book
Be a part of donating one of the first 500 Sun Book tablets of 2017, to a class of children.
Imagine going to school for years and never seeing a single textbook
This is the reality for many students in developing countries.
But the new Sun Book tablet brings a whole digital library of books and learning resources to the world’s poorest children.
- 800 textbooks on one device
- 30% local content included
- Solar-powered no electricity needed
- Content pre-loaded no Internet needed
- Low-cost to make and ship
- In-the-field training and support for teachers
- Fast, no buffering
- Durable materials to reduce damage
You can help foster a love of learning and reading - one classroom at a time!
CHILDREN NEED BOOKS TO LEARN
The first Sun Book tablets have been distributed to classrooms in Uganda, with plans to ship to other off-the-grid classrooms – not connected to the digital world – countries in Africa, Asia and South America.
Current targeted regions: Uganda, Cameroon and Colombia