In Africa, 1 in 4 girls give birth before turning 18, and 1 in 10 drop out of school because of their periods.
Lulu Lab works to keep girls in school, by educating girls - and boys, about Reproductive Health and Sexual Rights.
Lulu Lab is an award-winning Game Studio working to change the world through engaging, educational games on taboo topics.
Lulu Lab's Edtech games cover Reproductive Health, Menstrual Hygiene and Sexual Rights in East and West Africa, Mental Health for adolescents in Scandinavia and COVID-19 education for all.
We design and develop games through co-creation workshops with target users, partners and experts. This ensures engaging and localized games that meets our users' educational needs while also embracing cultural sensitivities and national policies.
Our digital games are interactive educational games teaching students about essential health topics. The games work as dialogue tools, helping to facilitate a conversation about taboo topics outside the screen.
We have great experience in applying innovative methods in humanitarian work. Our toolbox includes design-thinking, co-design and human-centered design methods to develop innovative digital strategy and/or engaging digital products and
Lulu Lab’s games are developed with the purpose of contributing to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Click the photos to learn more.
Lulu Lab was featured at an UNESCO exhibition in Paris on International Women’s Day, March 8 2020. The exhibition featured apps created by Women to change the lives of other Women. These apps target diverse issues that affect women and girls around the world, such as their empowerment, security, and sex education.
Lulu Lab is the Winner of the Ideas Change Lives Global Innovation Challenge 2019-20 hosted by the British Council. Lulu Lab’s edtech games are highlighted as a digital solution that helps to solve some of the world's greatest problems!
The British Council is the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities.
SDG TECH AWARDS 2020
SAVE THE CHILDREN