Innovators

Explore ACR GCD’s community of more than 80 innovators to learn more about their creative solutions to get all children reading.

All Innovators

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  • Asafeer Education Technologies

    100 inspiring STEM storybook templates and illustrations for Arabic speaking children and for global translation and use.

    Competition

    No Lost Generation Summit Tech Prize

    Amount Awarded

    $100,000

    Winner Status

    Winner

  • SIL LEAD, Inc.

    Enhancing Bloom software with accessibility features to allow users to create “born accessible” reading materials in underserved languages.

    Competition

    Book Boost: Access for All Challenge

    Amount Awarded

    $162,000

    Winner Status

    Winner

  • eKitabu

    Catalyzing the born accessible book chain to create a library of open source, accessible digital titles and providing an open standards based toolkit for local content developers.

    Competition

    Book Boost: Access for All Challenge

    Amount Awarded

    $162,000

    Winner Status

    Winner

  • The Asia Foundation

    Library platforms and book collections accessible to children who are blind/low vision.

    Competition

    Book Boost: Access for All Challenge

    Amount Awarded

    $12,000

    Winner Status

    Semi-Finalist

  • World Education, Inc.

    Developing books for beginning readers in six of Nepal’s minority languages using a low-cost, accessible, and linguistically appropriate book title development model.

    Competition

    Book Boost: Access for All Challenge

    Amount Awarded

    $12,000

    Winner Status

    Semi-Finalist

  • Apps Factory

    An innovative smartphone game that helps Syrian children learn foundational Arabic and improves psychosocial well-being

    Competition

    EduApp4Syria Prize

    Amount Awarded

    $650,000 (innovative tender)

    Winner Status

    Winner

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