About Us


By 2020, we plan to have served over 1 million Nigerian children living in low-income communities across Nigeria by providing high quality basic education using our Talking Books™ in our MEP Centres at affordable rates of about N2000 ($6)/child/month.


Our mission is to provide quality basic education for children across Nigeria using the power of technology.


Overcoming the Language Barrier in Learning: We overcome the language barrier in learning that has hindered millions of children in poor communities from gaining the much-needed literacy and numeracy skills in early years.
Providing good paying jobs for teachers in rural areas: We aim to help create over 3,000 jobs for young graduates with degrees in education and to pay them good salaries which in most cases will be 3 – 5 times what they would get in rural public or private schools.
Promising Investment: MEP Centre owners/sponsors can get up to 44% return of their original investment in the 1st year and about 98% return on their original investment from the 2nd year.
Utilizing Existing Infrastructure: We make use of existing buildings in communities and re-purpose them to be conducive for learning.
All Year-round Learning (11 months): From research, this helps children retain knowledge better than going on very long breaks and forgetting what they learned the last term. Our centres are not restricted to the conventional school year starting in September. Each new centre can start at any month.


Existing MEP Centres

Mpape, Abuja (MEPC/ABJ/MPA/0001)

Pilot centre launched in February 2016 to get empirical data.

Literacy test scores of the children rose from 30% at the beginning of the program to about 93% in just 8 weeks.

Bwari, Abuja (MEPC/ABJ/BWR/0002)

Launched February 2017 by MicroNet C. Solutions Ltd with support from the Embassy of the United States of America Abuja, Nigeria.

Status: Enrollment is on-going at Kogo and Zango communities in Bwari, FCT.

Currently tuition FREE courtesy of the US Embassy. Parents in this community can enroll their children (ages 4 – 18) today.