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    edVentures Invests $400K in Egyptian Online Education Platform Elkheta

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    edVentures, the Middle East’s first venture capital firm specializing in educational technology, has announced a $400,000 investment in Elkheta, an Egyptian online education platform. The investment reflects edVentures’ commitment to fostering innovation and entrepreneurship in the education sector.

    Elkheta is an online platform designed to help Egyptian school students achieve academic success. The platform offers a comprehensive suite of educational services, including reinforcement lessons, exercises, and exams aligned with the new Egyptian curriculum. Additionally, students can access tutoring, interactive educational videos, homework support, and direct communication with teachers.

    One of Elkheta’s key features is its personalized and flexible learning experience. Students can tailor their learning journey by choosing their preferred subjects and setting a schedule that aligns with their individual needs.

    Dr. Dalia Ibrahim, the Founder and CEO of edVentures, expressed confidence in Elkheta’s potential to transform online education in Egypt. “We are proud to support talented entrepreneurs in the education technology sector and will help them achieve their vision of creating a better and easier educational experience for all,” she said.

    This investment aligns with edVentures’ broader mission to promote innovation and create job opportunities in the education technology sector, ultimately contributing to economic development.

    Elkheta’s innovative approach to education and its emphasis on personalization have positioned it as a promising player in the Egyptian edtech landscape. With edVentures’ support, Elkheta is poised to expand its reach and impact, further enhancing the educational opportunities available to Egyptian students.

    EdVentures is the corporate venture capital arm of Nahdet Misr Publishing Group, specialized in serving the fields of education, culture, and innovative learning solutions. Being the first of its kind in the MENA region, EdVentures invests in startups and supports entrepreneurs. 

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