Winning Projects 2010: Education for All!

  • Winner

    KSNA - Scientific magazine

    IN 2007, Knowledge & Science News Agency (KSNA) set up a Science Magazine which is the first online Persian language publication in this field. It is offering the latest Iranian and international scientific news and articles in Farsi in over 20 scientific fields. The online publication is the founder of Open Science in Iran and other Farsi speaking countries and has “Let’s Share Our Science” as its motto. The Science Magazine provides news for three groups: technical-engineering, basic sciences and medical sciences. It is introductory for young Iranian academic students and provides free...
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    Clo's ship

    Coloured animations and fondly drafted figures invite kids to learn, play and be creative on this site. The pages aim is to educate kids from six to eleven years with meaningful and rich activities for digital natives. These children represent the first generations to have spent their entire lives surrounded by and using computers, videogames, digital music players, video cams, cell phones, and all the other toys and tools of the digital age. Clo’s Ship (La nave di Clo) is a website established with the aim of sharing web activities, characterized learning and education of children. It is a...
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    Youth Ki Awaaz: Mouthpiece for the Youth

    YouthKiAwaaz, meaning Voice of the Youth, is an award winning blog that serves as a platform for young people across India to express their views on issues such as environment, politics, women’s empowerment, drug abuse, child abuse, and youth leadership. Presently, YouthKiAwaaz.com (YKA) hosts over 1000 articles by 400 writers, is read by 1000+ visitors everyday, and has launched a video blog for young people to submit videos on issues as well as their activism towards those issues. The main objective of YouthKiAwaaz.com is to provide an issue-based platform that young people in India can...
  • Runner-Up

    Sexual Maturation and menstrual hygiene management practices associated with school girls in Ghana

  • Runner-Up

    SME Challenge