#Schools2030: “How Human-Centred Design (HCD) can help achieve SDG4 – the launch of the Schools2030 HCD Toolkit” | @AKF_Global

Schools2030 is supported by a visionary and historic consortium of nine philanthropic partners, including the Aga Khan Foundation, that bring their collective technical expertise and financial resources together to promote and scale effective innovations for improving holistic learning outcomes.

The AKF-led Schools2030 programme is delighted to globally launch the free, open-source HCD Toolkit, which aims to equip educators across 1000 schools with foundational design skills and tools to amplify their work & improve the learning outcomes of students.

To celebrate this pivotal moment in the lifespan of Schools2030, this short documentary feature film has been created. The film dives into the transformative world of Schools2030 and its mission to help give teachers and school communities the tools they need to become education innovators.

Watch to learn all about Schools2030, Human-Centred Design and the Toolkit up close: who and what is Schools2030; what is HCD and why do we use it; and – most importantly – how will it engage schools, CSOs and governments in a classroom-driven design process that can catalyse positive change.

Learn more: schools2030.org

Author: Sujjawal Ahmad

Sujjawal is an invited blog author from Pakistan. He finds it extremely exciting to develop a deep love of cultures around the world. The stories that are about humanity, and emotion, that compel us as individuals, and connect our hearts and minds are the kinds of stories Sujjawal has always gravitated to, and the kinds he tells. He can be reached at: sujjawalahmed@gmail.com

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