Want to know more about international development? Play one of the online games below and learn while having fun!
Help the Guinard family survive in Haiti. While you do your best to try an make sure everyone gets an education, stays healthy and goes to work, you'll learn how important international development aid is developing countries.
Help the Global Gang find their way home. Each child is from a different country, and suffers from a different type of abuse. Learn more about children's rights by playing this game.
Race the sun and hand out as many insecticide-treated bed nets as you can to African families. The more virtual nets you deliver — before the mosquitoes come out — the more lives you save.
Help Felipe prepare for a disaster in his village in Nicaragua. Through a series of three mini-games you will learn how to tell when a disaster is approaching and how to get ready.
Find out more about malaria and its causes as you become a parasite that causes malaria. Fight to survive in the human blood stream and survive.
Play Free Rice and feed hungry people. Test your knowledge in languages, math, science and art history. For every correct answer, 10 grains of rice is donated to the World Food Programme. You can help reduce hunger just by playing!
A natural disaster has devistated the island of Sayansi! Become mission leader and build wells, businesses, a clinic, biodigesters, and solar stills. This comunity needs your help to become a model of sustainable development.
Compete against Mr. Grabbitall and his sneaky snakes in this online version of snakes and ladders that tests your knowledge about equality in international trade. See if you can defeat inequality and make the snakes play fair!
Become a mosquito and try to find people to bite to survive. You'll quickly learn how easy it is to get malaria but also how easy it is to protect yourself.