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Case 1 : Enuma

Let’s learn about a company that makes attractive learning solutions.

Enuma aims to create engaging learning solutions that empower all the world’s children, including those with special needs or without access to resources. In 2012, Enuma was cofounded in Berkeley, California by two world-class engineer and game designer parents whose inspiration was their son, who was born with special needs. They decided to dedicate their talents to designing accessible games and applications that help all children learn independently. Currently, Enuma comprises of experienced designers, developers and educators who are dedicated to creating exceptional learning apps that allow children to gain confidence and independence while building foundational skills.

Enuma is a leader in developing digital early-learning solutions. The company’s applications are designed to help all children learn and gain confidence in early literacy and math. Todo Math is acclaimed for its delightful, child-centric user experience and strong accessibility functions that help struggling learners thrive. Enuma has expanded its family of apps to include Todo Telling Time, Todo Number Matrix, Kid in Story, and Visual Schedule.

Enuma’s commitment to empowering ALL children to learn independetly, including those with special needs or without access to resources, leads them to incorporate sign language functionality into Kitkit School. This will help children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing use Kitkit School to learn basic reading, writing and math alongside their hearing peers.

Enuma has raised more than 5 million USD and the CEO, Ms. Sooinn Lee, was selected as an Ashoka Fellow. Enuma was selected as one of the five finalists for Global Learning XPRIZE, competing for 15 million USD awards as well as bigger impacts for children!

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