Beyond The Blackboard: Why Can’t Your Home Be Your Classroom?

For Yasodhara Pathanjali, 35, and a mother of two, being homeschooled happened entirely by accident.

“I remember being able to read, write, and do math when I was three,” she said. “My parents put me through the application process to school at Mahamaya [Kandy]. But then, the week before I was supposed to start, the school painted their outer walls with Disney characters and that was the end of that.”


No Collateral, No Problem: Rukula Offers Credit To The Unbanked

When Reeza Zarook, founder of Rukula, used to work at – Sri Lanka’s first daily deals and e-commerce online store – he noticed that many of the customers who walked into the store’s physical space down Thimbirigasyaya Road were not regular e-commerce clientele. They were an eclectic mix of people from lower income brackets, often three-wheel drivers from the stand across the street, just stepping in when they noticed the advertised deals.


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