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Zimbabwe is a low-income country in Southern Africa with a population of approximately 16.6 million people, 32% of whom live in urban areas. With a median age of 18.2 years, Zimbabwe has a youthful population. The main official languages include Shona, Ndebele, and English. According to the country’s education sector strategy, the education system has been affected by economic crisis and associated difficulty providing sustainable funding to improve teaching and learning.
The Age of Learning Foundation offers two programs in Zimbabwe. Our Math Mastery program is designed to help young learners progress from little or no knowledge of numbers to mastery of three digit addition and subtraction. Our Educational TV program helps children discover their learner identity as they explore the world around them.
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Learning poverty is preventing children from learning reading and math, and life skills in Africa, Central America, South Asia, and the Middle East. But you can help change that.