250 Million Indians Looking for Change
India accounts for one-quarter of the world's 104 million out-of school children. According to the latest research, despite the low incomes (less than $2/day), many BoP parents are willing to opt for private education for their children. The need for quality and accountability is no less at the bottom of the socio-economic pyramid.
what is the BoP?
What is the BoP?
The socio-economic pyramid is home to more than three-quarters of the world's population. This includes 250 million Indians. It is also where Edu@BoP works.
the challenges
The challenges
The BoP is home to several unique challenges - diversity of language, geographical constr- aints and the huge gap between demand and access to quality education.
the opportunities
The opportunities
The aspiration for a better quality of life drives demand for quality and accessibility. Not just for low cost products and services, but also for affordable education.