What we do
The Tekkatho Foundation uses digital technologies to support educational change across Myanmar. We make teaching and learning materials available at schools, universities, and community libraries. Our digital libraries work even in places with no internet access or reliable electricity, connecting Myanmar's offline learners to the best of the world's open educational resources.
You can follow the eTekkatho project on our eTekkatho Facebook page.
What's in the library?
Our eTekkatho digital libraries are packed with thousands of educational resources such as lessons, textbooks, and assessments as well as exploratory materials like videos, games, and quizzes.
We select great content from OER2Go, a collection of educational websites re-packaged for download and offline use.
We add fantastic schoolbooks, storybooks, teaching materials, and vocational training resources in Myanmar languages, and video lessons subtitled into Burmese.
Benefits for you
We build a free, open, self-contained digital library that helps you find educational resources for your studies and teaching.
All the content is selected for quality and relevance to learners and teachers in Myanmar, from textbooks and video lessons for schoolkids to complete university courses for students and vocational training for lifelong learners.
Our libraries work fast without the need for an internet connection.
If you would like a local copy of the library at your institution, please get in touch.
We now deliver the Tekkatho libraries using our library-in-a-box technology, MyLibrary. With a MyLibrary, you can access the eTekkatho library content at high speed even in places with no internet or phone signal. Our Locations lists of where we work.