On 15 April 2020 in Kyiv, Ukraine, Zlata, 7, works on schoolwork from home using on online learning platform developed by UNICEF,  Microsoft and the University of Cambridge.

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Sony Corporation of America and UNICEF are providing children with access to quality learning through the Learning Passport – a digital, personalized learning platform developed by UNICEF, Microsoft and the University of Cambridge. 

Sony’s grant will help UNICEF deploy the Learning Passport across Latin America and create a library of digital books, learning resources, trainings and videos for students, teachers, parents and caregivers in Spanish. 

This year, Honduras and Suriname will be the first in the region to roll out their online curriculum through the Learning Passport. 

In this video, Sony Corporation of America President Mark Khalil and Executive Vice President Karen Halby speak to Sony’s commitment to nurturing innovation and investment in education and other efforts by UNICEF to ensure that vulnerable children have access to quality learning.

Learn more about how UNICEF and companies work together to create better futures for children.

Top photo: The Learning Passport helps make remote learning easier, and Sony Corporation of America's partnership with UNICEF aims to expand this platform to Latin America. ©UNICEF/UNI321764/Filippov