NGO eLearning


Web portal


A website reflects the ideology of your NGO to greater masses can act as a fundraiser for the cause and can be used as a learning portal as well. We can design an e-commerce ready website with rich media and elegant design to convey your message and to offer services to broader masses. We will deliver you the complete solution. We will make and host the web portal for you so that you can concentrate on quality of information.

Develop social learning


Social learning is learning that takes place at a wider scale than individual or group learning through social interaction between peers. This can be used to educate people by the way of constructive discussion. People learn as they discuss common issues. We can integrate various social learning tools like forum and chat with your website to enhance your approach and create awareness.

Training programs


We can develop extensive training program for your Organization that you can use to train employees and supporters. With rich media, interactive design, easy delivery via Internet and continuous support you can train your workers and supporters. We design long-term training solutions with emphasis on easy understanding and cost-effectiveness.

High interactivity learning modules


For ensuring user engagement in the learning process, we design interactive learning modules with feedback and assessment. However, everything is mapped tightly around the user's learning process with proper emphasis on design and delivery.



Webinars refers to web conferencing, a service that would allow hosting conference among a number of remote participants. We can provide you completely hosted web conferencing solution with features like online subscription, session announcement, session recording, electronic voting and Q&A support. The service allows information to be shared simultaneously, across geographically dispersed locations in real-time. You can use it to conduct meetings with peers dispersed demographically. This can be a cost-effective solution when compared to face-to-face meetings.