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Afrilearn Launches World’s First Learning and Earning App

Afrilearn, Nigeria’s top education app, has launched a new learning and earning app. This app makes learning fun and rewarding.

This app addresses the challenge of quality education in Nigeria by aligning with the national curriculum. It offers class notes, video lessons, homework help, game-based exercises, and study dashboards. Students can learn at their own pace, anywhere and anytime.

Damiete Dateme, a secondary student in Lagos, shared her excitement with the launch of the app. She said, “Afrilearn’s features helped me get straight A’s in my exams. It provides the most detailed class notes for every subject from JSS1 to SS3, and its AI assistant is extremely helpful.

“The app contains past questions and timed tests for WAEC, NECO, UTME, and BECE candidates. It’s an amazing tool that I highly recommend.”.”

Afrilearn accommodates different learning styles. It caters to visual learners, readers, and those who learn through exercises or social interaction. This flexibility allows each student to learn in the best way for them.

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Turning Learning Into an Adventure

While giving his remarks, Isaac Oladipupo, Afrilearn’s Co-Founder and CEO, stated, “There is greatness in every child if given the right learning style. Afrilearn is our commitment to helping Nigerian children compete in the global arena and prepare for lifelong success.”

Afrilearn also has a gamification approach which encourages students to compete, earn points, and even money. This method improves academic performance and makes learning enjoyable.

Gabriel Olatunji-Legend, Co-Founder and Head of Content, said, “Learning should be a joyful journey. By integrating gamification, we inspire students to achieve greater success and develop a lifelong love of learning.”

Emmanuel Aneri, Afrilearn’s CTO, added, “With artificial intelligence, we tailor learning to each student. This ensures that each child receives a tailored learning experience that maximizes their potential and keeps them engaged.”

Afrilearn has received international recognition. It won the US Chamber’s Digital Innovation of the Year award and was named the best educational innovation in Africa by the African Union.

UNICEF supports Afrilearn for its innovative approach. The app covers a wide range of subjects, transforming education for thousands of students.