Nigerian ed-tech Afrilearn unveils world’s first learn-and-earn app

Afrilearn, Nigeria’s learning app has launched a new learn-and-earn app to make learning accessible, engaging and rewarding for students.

In a nation where quality education is a persistent challenge, Afrilearn stands out by aligning with the national curriculum to offer the most comprehensive suite of educational resources. These include curriculum-based class notes, animated video lessons, instant homework assistance, game-based exam practice, and personalised learning dashboards.

The company says this multifaceted approach empowers primary and secondary school students to learn at their own pace, anytime and anywhere.

Isaac Oladipupo, Co-founder and CEO of Afrilearn, remarked said “Every child has greatness within them if given the right learning style. Afrilearn is our commitment to helping Nigerian children compete globally and prepare for lifelong success.”

Afrilearn goes beyond academics by turning learning into an exciting adventure. Its gamified approach encourages students to compete with peers, earn points, and even earn money, all while enhancing their learning outcomes.

Gabriel Olatunji-Legend, Co-founder and Head of Content at Afrilearn by integrating gamification, we inspire students to achieve greater heights and develop a lifelong love for learning.”

Afrilearn’s contributions to education have garnered international accolades, including the Digital Innovation of the Year award from the US Chambers and recognition as the Top Education Innovation in Africa by the African Union. Supported by UNICEF for its innovative approach, Afrilearn covers a broad range of subjects from sciences to arts, transforming the educational experiences of thousands of students nationwide.

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