Article 26 of the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights states, ‘Everyone has the right to education’ and ‘Education shall be free at least in the elementary and fundamental stages’.
However, depending on the country they live in, many adolescent girls have limited access to technology. In patriarchal societies, men continue to control the family unit. Access to education, be it via technology such as computers or phones, or via radio or television, is restricted or even forbidden for the majority of females.
ALISON provides a free learning platform and is continually inspired by the large number of female learners from developing countries, where the challenges exist. Women in India, Pakistan and Ethiopia, enroll, engage and complete course after certified course and this free education tool is helping to promote social progress and a better quality of life for those who can avail of it.
ALISON is giving women in developing nations access to self-improvement tools, enabling them to create a brighter future for themselves and their families.
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