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There Are Millions Of Children Who Can’t Have
Access To Quality Education.

138M children of upper secondary school age are out of school worldwide. 60M children of primary school age do not attend school at all. 66% of children in the poorest fifth of households in low-income countries cannot complete school.


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Eliminating inequality in education all around the world is our priority for the sustainable development of disadvantaged communities. When we ensure children have access to science and technology at an early age today, they will play a huge role in the progression of society when they grow up. Learn more!

"We are delighted to join forces with Twin Science to support STEM education for the next generation. In this digital age, STEM skills are essential for success, and our collaboration will provide learning experiences that will equip students with the necessary skills to thrive. At LetsLocalise, we are committed to making a lasting impact on education and believe that this partnership is a powerful tool for change."
Divya Garg
Founder and CEO
“Creativity should be part of a quality education, specially STEAM subjects, to provide an opportunity to young people to fulfill their potential. Twin kits promote design thinking methods and encourage students to address challenges with a sense of empathy through interdisciplinary ideas and approaches. Twin kits are also a vehicle for the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to be integrated into STEAM lessons. That’s why as the United Nations Association of Atlanta Chapter we strongly believe in the success of Twin kits and their positive impact on children.”
Dr. Selen Beduk
United Nations Association of Atlanta,
Vice President of Programs & Education