Educate. Empower. Enable.
Wazi in Kiswahili means Open. It means to Unlock. Which is exactly what we at Wazi want to do – unlock Children’s potential through open, free access to education.
According to the Global Education Monitoring Report by UNESCO, 264 million children have no access to primary or secondary school.
Click below to read how Wazi is playing a part in helping tackle this challenge.
Wazi's Pilot in Kenya
Wazi is proud of its first successful implementation of Wazi kit, and can already see its positive effects on the students. We are continually adding content and resources to support the teachers in of Mutuini Hope Centre, and fulfil our aim to Educate, Empower, and Enable.
Explore Our Awesomeness
Umang Navnit Rajdev
Engineer - Excited about opportunities to improve life chances in developing regions using cheap technology.
Dr. Steven Johnston
Senior Research Fellow - Interested in how today's problems can be solved with tomorrows technology.
Dr. Utsav Oza
Researcher - Passionate about dreaming, scribbling, inventing and creating for the betterment of society.
Take a sneak peek at our blog to see what's cooking at the Wazi labs - who knows, you might just find the inspiration to start something exciting yourself!
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