WeUnlearn’s tech solution ‘Wulu’ on a mission to support over 10,000 adolescents

 

Bangalore: Recently, Bangalore based WeUnlearn developed a technology solution ‘Wulu’. The interactive AI-based chat-bot enables underserved children to empower themselves and provide a safe space for adolescents (14-17 years) to share their feelings anonymously, ask questions, reach out for help and access resources.

Wulu is a chatbot hosted on WeUnlearn’s website – can be accessed through any device including a smartphone – with the ability to identify beneficiary’s problem, categorize them as per risk and customize intervention pathway as per risk.

Interventions modules include –

Awareness on gender bias & discrimination, implicit & explicit bias
Training videos on building skills such as negotiation, persuasion, communication to build self-esteem
Stories of men and women breaking gender stereotypes
Fun activities including online games hosted on YouTube
Query resolution by counsellors focusing on mental health

WeUnlearn have so far been able to impact the lives of about 200 students during its initial pilots.

The team at WeUnlearn have taken to crowdfunding on ImpactGuru.com as they now plan to impact at least 10,000 students. The ambition is to scale the solution so that every adolescent gets a fair chance at living up to their full potential.

WeUnlearn Co-Founders Meghna Chaudhury and Pallavi Khare said, “With the help of your contribution, WULU will be launched in multiple public schools in collaboration with the Government. An entire team will be capacitated and trained to make this solution effective and useful. We require your help and support in building and scaling this solution so that every adolescent gets a fair chance at living up to their full potential. Help us help millions of adolescents in India, who cannot afford the expensive mental healthcare by contributing on our ImpactGuru fundraiser https://www.impactguru.com/fundraiser/help-we-unlearn Help us build a strong, resilient future for India.”

 

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