Sabaq is an educational startup established in Karachi that focuses on increasing student engagement and aims to improve the learning outcomes and strategies by making use of technology to increase the reach and attract millions.
Recently, it was short-listed as one of the six finalists that are competing for the Next billion Ed-Tech prize. There were 30 other Ed-Tech start-ups at Global Education and Skills Forum in Dubai that proposed their innovative ideas in the field of education to revamp and revolutionize it.
A press release stated,
‘The forum recognizes the most innovative use of technology that has the potential to radically improve education in low-income and emerging economies”
Hassan Bin Rizwan, Sabaq’s co-founder and CEO brought into light how story telling sessions and digital content that is appealing enough boosts a child’s imagination and open up new vistas in their journey of development.
More than 1500 international delegates are reported to have been present to discuss the core problems coming in way of global education.
SABAQ also has their customized products to aid education and make it a fun-learning experience. One of its flagship products is known as “Muse” that enhances the lessons taught by storytelling and colorful animation. It is basically an android device digital learning application that is used by teachers in their teaching methodologies to enhance the experience and engage students with technology.
SABAQ started three years ago and by now has successfully been able to reach 90,000+ children and infusing 1000 schools with Muse.
Initiatives like SABAQ seem a great source in modern era of technology for imparting education to masses so that many children can benefit and taste the juices of knowledge.