Toufoula Kids, a start-up revolutionising education

On 26 May, come to Viva Technology to discover the educational application created by the Tunisian startup Toufoula Kids.

Toufoula Kids is an educational multilingual application (in English, French, and Arabic) designed for children aged 4-6.

With some 200 activities, the children can access cartoons, DIY workshops, interactive stories, and augmented reality games. A paper magazine also offers non-screen activities.

The app offers content (human rights, civic education, environmental protection, etc.) that prepares the young children to become citizens of the future.


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The app is hugely successful and has won several awards including the Orange social entrepreneurial prize, the MBC 500 prize for best educational app in the Arab world.
Install the app now: on Android or sur iOS.

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