Through Jaadu Ginni Ka–Financial Literacy for Everyone Vodafone India Foundation envisioned an ambitious goal of empowering 15 Million Indians with tools of financial literacy in 2017.
Jaadu Ginni ka content is developed in consultation with leading financial experts and was extensively tested before launch. It is based on simple storytelling format and features many games activities and quizzes. The entire content is in 10 Indian languages and is available as a free download for Android devices.
Over the last 25 years, Vodafone Idea Foundation network has focused on combining Vodafone's expertise with the company's charitable giving to do social around the world. As Vodafone's reach continues to expand-moving from mobile to connectivity - there are greater opportunities for Vodafone Idea Foundation to harness these advancements for the benefit of society.
In India, Vodafone Idea Foundation focusses on addressing challenges relating to education, equality and access. We are committed to enable people and technology to drive innovation, disseminate knowledge and create shared value to improve lives. We work in partnership with key charities, development agencies and the community to drive social change on a large scale of India.
Learning Links Foundation is a not for profit organization which was born out of the idea that every child, youth and citizen should have an oppotunity to learn and rise to their potential. Since its establishment in 2002, the Foundation has worked across India and the Asia region with a vision to "Foster a bright future where education is optimally delivered and learning is truly inspired".
Our goal is to create a future where everyone has equal oppotunities by empowering students to make the most of their talent, preparing educators to transform teaching and skilling youth to be self-reliant. We believe that the best possible way to achieve our goal is by delivering measurable and sustainable change in the education and innovation ecosystem.
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