21st Century Education for All

At Origin Learning Fund we believe that every person regardless of the color of their skin, the language that they speak or their place of origin, deserves access to 21st century education.

Our Vision

The Origin Learning Fund is a non-profit organization that focuses on promoting innovative solutions to education challenges and leveraging technology to enhance education outcomes. Our mission is to support educational and leadership development programs for teachers and youth in vulnerable communities, with a particular focus on indigenous and immigrant communities across the global south.

To achieve our mission, we offer training and educational resources both in person and through our offline digital platform, which provides access to STEAM and vocational education. We also create safe spaces for individuals in these communities to learn, develop projects, and collaborate on sustainable solutions to local challenges.

Our ultimate goal is to improve educational outcomes and develop the next generation of leaders for the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our work aligns with SDG 4: Quality Education, which aims to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all. At the Origin Learning Fund, we believe that education is a fundamental human right, and we are committed to supporting vulnerable communities in their efforts to access quality education and develop the skills necessary to thrive in today’s global economy.

Global Projects

Two-thirds of the world’s school-age students do not have access to digital education. Join us in helping our local partners worldwide provide access to digital education to their own communities.

Community-Based Program Design

Working with corporations, organizations, educational institutions worldwide, we create inclusive and personalized digital education solutions based on the needs of the communities that we are serving. We help address underlying barriers that are preventing young people from developing the 21st century skills to prepare them for life and work. Collaborate with us!

International NGOs 

World Vision Colombia and ECW launched a program using O-lab to give access to education for refugee students who due to this predicament, in addition to the unexpected COVID-19 effects were not able to engage with or access schools. 

Corporate and social

responsibility programs

DHL initiated a program using O-lab to provide training and employment opportunities to young people living in vulnerable populations across LATAM.

Organizations and Schools 

AHA! Learning Center in the Philippines is using O-lab to help students continue and further their education from classrooms and home.

O-lab: Our customizable, offline Learning Management System. 

O-Lab is a Learning Management System (LMS) that can be leveraged by schools, organizations, and companies to deliver customized education and learning programs. 

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At Origin Learning Fund, we are committed to expanding opportunities for 10 million people by 2030 by developing digital skills and improving educational outcomes for individuals from underrepresented and marginalized communities around the world.

  • 1.3 billion students aged 3 to 17 years old do not have access to digital learning.
  • 3.5 million school-age refugees are currently not enrolled in school, and only 3% of refugees will enroll in a college.
  • After Covid-19, there were more than 11 million girls worldwide who could not return to school due to a lack of connectivity

Working together, we can accelerate innovative community-based solutions to achieve inclusive, equitable, and quality education for all.