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Bengaluru-based ed-tech startup Bambinos.live announces the ‘Fight Against Covid’ campaign providing live extracurricular courses accessible to the children of frontline workers across India free of cost. The campaign is a month-long initiative starting May, to keep the children of frontline workers indulged in fun learning activities and help them cope with the mental ramifications of the ongoing covid-19 pandemic.

Under this initiative, 40+ fun-filled recreational courses like dance, fitness, personality development, art, drama, music, spirituality, and many more will be made available. Parents can avail these courses for their children aged 4 to 15 through bambinos.live website.

This initiative is a humble effort by the startup to recognize the efforts and sacrifices made by frontline health workers during this devastating pandemic and seeks to support them by keeping their kids engaged and managing their continuous learning. Classes will keep the children involved and intrigued and help them build and improve their skills. Kids can keep learning even while they aren’t in school and from the comfort of their homes.

Commenting on this, Ashish Gupta, Founder, and CEO at Bambinos.Live stated,”We are going through some tough times, and our entire team felt the drive to contribute. By making our programs available to frontline workers, we intend to support them and take away some burden of managing their kids’ learning and engagement at home. It is our humble contribution to show solidarity with the nation.”

Established in 2020, Bambinos.live is a Bangalore-based ed-tech startup that aims to build the future of extracurricular learning to make kids more successful. It provides various activities and subjects for children aged 4 to 15 years and has a highly unique selection of courses. Currently, the company has 40+ courses across multiple genres like dance, fitness, personality development, e-sports, communication & many more. The company has its presence in various countries like Canada, middle-east, Korea, and Japan and a student base of 15,000+ students in India. Currently, the company employs more than 70 employees

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