We are a group of around 30 volunteers from different countries of the world working together to create free educational resources.

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How to describe our team...  

"If we look at what makes us different, the diversity of jobs, passions, origins, interests, dreams, personalities... it is hard to describe the thirty volunteers who make up this group. Even more so as the group grows, so does our joy of being able to count on more and more people with whom we join forces and enthusiasm.

 If we look at what unites us, the deepest layers of our motivation we find: the protection of human rights; the belief in solidarity.Because despite our common goal, we believe that difference is richness, that in difference we complement each other. And we believe that this sensation of difference connects us to the very essence of the same being: the human being."    Eider Etcheberria

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Linguistics proved to be a perfect match for me as I've always been a massive language and  culture nerd. Moving abroad was the outlet that has allowed me to grow both personally and  professionally while specializing in my field. That's where I had two majo revelations - on one hand, I was experiencing something that not many could afford, and on the other hand, I'd been lucky from birth. Lucky to speak a language with so much reach and be part of  a community where education is a given instead of a privilege.


That's why I joined Action for Education. To make a difference in the field I'm most passionate about and help offer the cultural exchange and language integration that will help others develop the necessary skills to achieve goals.

Elena Herraiz

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I came to Spain when I was 18 years old. I only knew how to say "thank you" and "direction". I didn't struggle too much to learn Spanish, because I had the possibility to study in a language academy.  To be able to integrate and adapt to new cultures it is essential to know the local language. That is why I did not hesitate to take the opportunity to be a part of ¡Ojalá! I have always wanted to help people, and in a way, being able to offer them a free and intuitive tool allows them to have a better integration, better adaptation and even to feel at home. 

Lamia Mhaddan

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Education should be free for everyone and language barriers should be the first ones to overcome with today's technology. For this reason, I was happy to join and help create ¡Ojalá! I am well aware of the impact of being surrounded by different languages, as in my hometown and in my family, 3 languages are spoken.


I started my technical career as a software engineer and later as an entrepreneur with a strong passion for mathematics and design, from user experience design to ikebana & origami. I am using my skills when volunteering to teach children to code, create pro bono apps for NGOs and I have launched a free summer school program to teach high school students app development. I believe each of us can contribute a little bit.

Oana Csertus

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Àngela Callis Lewis

Location Director



Infeanyi Enoch Onuoha.

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UK registered charity, no. 1191133

Greek registered non-profit, no. 997220609


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