Acadlly is Africa’s leading online learning and one of the world’s fastest-growing learning websites. Acadlly is a free learning portal, specially designed to serve as an alternative means to the regular brick-and-mortar style of education for the less-privileged children or children born to low-income earners, adults who otherwise cannot afford to finance their way through school, as well as provide support to school children who need educational resources for further reading/learning. With Acadlly, students have no need to buy study materials such as textbooks or pay for lesson teachers and school fees; all materials and resources are offered for free.
Acadlly was created as a solution to the challenges young people face, especially the less privileged, with obtaining quality learning contents, as well as not benefiting from free education programmes.
Acadlly.com has gained popularity among young people from across the world. Currently, Acadlly covers 200 countries and 4000+ cities in the world, with the largest number of students and teachers coming from Nigeria. We have provided thousands of lessons, courses, subjects, articles, past questions and answers to hundreds of thousands of students and teachers in Nigeria and across the globe.
Acadlly is about helping millions of less privileged people (especially the youth, secondary school students, high school students, college students, uneducated adults, dropouts and children in Sub-Saharan Africa and around the world) get a very robust free online education in anywhere, any day and any time.
About 263 million children are out of school, according to data from the UNESCO Institute for Statistic (UIS). This includes 61 million children of primary school age, 60 millions of lower secondary school age, and including the first ever estimate of those of upper secondary school age at 142 million. In addition to this, there are many students that do not have textbooks for studies, to read, do homework or other educational tasks.
Children of Sub-Saharan Africa the most excluded – of all the regions, Sub-Saharan Africa has the highest rates of exclusion. Over a fifth of children between the ages of 6 – 11 are out of school, followed by a third of youth between the ages of 12 – 14. According to UIS data, almost 60% of youth between the ages of 15 – 17 are not in school and in addition to this, some of those students do not have textbooks to study, do assignments, carry out projects or complete educational tasks
Girls still more likely than boys to never go to school – Girls are more likely than boys never to set foot in a classroom, despite all the efforts and progress made over the past two decades. According to UIS data, 15 million girls of primary school age will never get the chance to learn to read and write in primary school compared to about 10 million boys. Over half of these girls – 9 million live in Sub-Saharan Africa.
These findings are produced in a paper released jointly by the UNESCO Institution for Statistic and Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report. The paper also reveals the vast challenges faced by the poorest children (uis.unesco.org/en/news/263-million-children-and youth-are-out-school).
With these large challenges in our various societies today, We decided to create and built a free online learning system called Acadlly where every child has the rights to learn and be educated without paying a fee. Don’t forget that they are still millions of students that are in school, but their parents can’t afford to buy textbooks or learning resources.
We developed this web-based electronic learning portal for all for free. It contains courses, lessons, notes, documentations, administrative works, courses delivery, online tests, online examinations, training programs, and subjects’ materials for learners and educators. You will agree with us that millions of parents strive so hard to pay for their children’s school fees and still cannot afford to buy them textbooks or learning materials due to hardship in developing and underdeveloped countries. Even in some government schools if not all, where we have no school fees policy. Government still do not provide the children with free textbooks or learning materials.
Educators (teachers) in villages (rural areas) that do not have the privileges to attend quality educational seminars, workshops, training programmes or receive better lessons to give their students can now have access to lessons from this learning portal for free from educators in the cities that have attended such training/seminars/workshops. Contents here come from qualified educators with government-approved standards that match both national and international standards.
This school learning portal project will cover a wide range of courses and lessons such as sciences, arts, commercial lessons, management lessons, junior classes’ subjects, vocational courses, entrepreneur courses, algebra lessons, statistics, programming languages, mathematics, languages, fisheries, painting and decoration, computer craft, and lots of other learning materials.
We have tried to develop it up to the stage it is now, but more work still needs to be done. So, we are here to ask for your support towards this project to give every child free education through ICT. Let’s join hands together to train the less privileged children and other children in schools across globe.
If we can achieve this much alone, how much more can we achieve together! – A lot more.
Children will benefit from our online learning portal in various ways such as:
1. Organizes e-learning in one location (place)
2. Provides unlimited access to learning contents
3. Reduces learning and development time
4. Keep teachers and children up to date
5. Integrate social learning experience, technology leverage for better learning.
6. Engaged learning also increases because the learners have greater control and freedom over their lessons, online assessment.
7. Supports contents in various formats such as text, video, audio, etc.
8. Access materials any time and from anywhere.
9. Reduce learning and development cost
And lots more.
Today, more people worldwide own a cell phone than a toothbrush, according to the Consumer Technology Association (www.cta.tech).
There are over 20 billion devices connected to the internet today – that’s 3 devices for every single person on the planet! Which also include the uneducated people.
91% of mobile workers/people use their personal downtime to check their smart phones, and more than 60% percent of them sleep with their smart phones. With these statistics at hand, we plan to use the web, internet and the learners’ smart phones or learners’ parents smart phones to provide free education through different online learning contents such texts, videos, images, graphics, audios, illustrations, etc to reach the learners in anywhere in the world and across the globe.
In January 2019, 4.4 billion people were active internet users. Mobile internet has grown 504% in daily media consumption since 2011. Acadlly has reached out to millions of learners through their mobile smart phones and PCs.
Acadlly plan to reach out more to the children, youth and people through all means and channels which includes mobile web, android app, apple app, desktop browsers, desktop app, flyers, banners, booklets, free give away books.
Support our work by donating to keep this learning portal free and adding more contents. Visit our Support Us page or Donate to us.
The money will be used for:
1. Website updates/redesign
2. Collection of large volume of contents from different educators, writers, instructors, resources
3. Data processing experts (workers)
4. Computers and computer accessories
5. Network data
6. Development of mobile applications
7. Awareness and adverts
8. Web hosting
10. Security tool features
MY EXPERIENCE GATHERED OVER THE YEARS THAT HAS MADE THIS PROJECT A SUCCESS AND WILL CONTINUE TO MAKE IT A SUCCESS:
I am a:
- Computer Hardware Engineer
- Computer Teacher
- Data Processing Instructor
- Website Developer
- IT Instructor (CISCO Academy)
- Computer Operator
- An Author: Author of “Teach Yourself Computer”
- Certified Google Digital Marketing Expert (Africa & European Countries)
- Certified Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE)
- Microsoft in Classroom
- NECO Examiner
- Computer Science Lecturer (part-time) of the Pestigious Yaba College of Technology (Yabatech), Nigeria
OUR TARGET USERS
Age – All Ages
Gender – All Genders
Type of learners – All learners such as primary school pupils, secondary school students, out of school students, undergraduates & graduates.
Type of educators – All educators such teachers, lecturers, tutors, professors, etc.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING THAT I HAVE RECEIVED THAT IS RELEVANT TO THIS PROJECT AND CAN MAKE THIS PROJECT A SUCCESS
1. B. Sc Computer Science
2. Diploma in Computer Engineering
3. Diploma in Data Processing
4. West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE)
5. CISCO I.T Essentials (CISCO Networking Academy)
6. Core Skills for Teachers by British Council
7. Open4Educator Training
8. Creative Common Training
9. Certified Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE)
10. School In-Service Teacher’s Training by Yaba College of Technology
11. Lesson Plan and Instructional Material Training by Yaba College of Technology
12. United Nations Information Centre – Interactive discussion on developing Africa through ICT
13. Certified Google Digital Marketing Expert (Africa) – Google Digital skills for Africa
14. Certified Google Digital Marketing Expert (European) – Google Workshop
15. The Basic Digital Skills Training – Sponsored by Google, trained by Haptics
Copies of certificates are on the Acadlly website. Click here to visit our certificates for your view.
If you can donate, please kindly do. If you know how to get across to sponsors to support us, please kindly assist us. If you know that dad, mom, anuty, uncle or your siblings can help out in providing for funds or grants or donations, please kindly tell them on our behalf.
You can reach out to us through the following means:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Phone no: +2347084530359
Thank You so much
Founder of Acadlly