The course aims to bring together parents of teenagers seeking practical tools and strategies to prepare their children for the future of work.
“I could relate to a lot of the challenges that were mentioned and lack of education among parents on entrepreneurship while working on this project,” says Mokhtar Osman, CEO of Nafham by Tyro
“I started my company when I was young, and I wish my parents could have seen this course when a young entrepreneur.”
Nafham – Arabic for “We Understand”, creates, curates, and crowd-sources 5-15 minute-long, free, simple educational videos that can be accessed online, via mobile and smart TV applications. The videos represent the national school curriculum in different Arab countries through audio-visual formats, categorized by grade, subject, and academic schedule.
Moreover, the platform includes interactive Q&A forums that allow students to interact with their educators and peers, self-assessment tools that grant students the ability to track their own progress is currently under development, in addition to online private tutoring sessions to connect students who are looking for additional teacher support.
Shadou Abdelrahman Yacoub, Project Manager at Nafham by Tyro shared her excitement about working on this project with Anzisha sharing how it was the first time an African Arab collaboration had been done like this. “It reconfirmed my ideology and beliefs in regard to young entrepreneurs. I really enjoyed it!” said Yacoub.