Big Bad Boo and its sister company,, are partnering with UNICEF, Ministries of Education and NGOs on several initiatives to build awareness about COVID-19 and provide distance-based learning to vulnerable children, including:

Public Services Announcements
Big Bad Boo Studios has produced 5 animated Public Service Announcements to educate, calm, and empower children with regard to COVID-19 and social distancing during the global pandemic. These 2 to 4-minute shorts were produced with the support of TVOKids and Shaw Rocket Fund.

These videos are free for any broadcaster, NGO, or ministry of education to use for private or public distribution channels.

1001 Nights and Other Educational Content

In crisis and conflict countries, Big Bad Boo is making its educational animated television series and curricula available to UNICEF and Ministries of Education on a no-license fee basis, including 1001 Nights as an animated series or curriculum. The 1001 Nights curriculum, based on Big Bad Boo’s award-winning series, 1001 Nights, which has been broadcast in over 70 countries and 30 languages, uses cartoons and lesson plans to teach civic and peace education. In 2018, it won the prestigious WISE Award, naming it one of the most innovative education programs in the world, which was presented at the United Nations.


In order to support distance-based learning in North America, Big Bad Boo’s sister company, removed its paywall enabling children to access educational entertainment for no cost. is a Netflix-like platform that has over 2,000 hours of educational entertainment programs in 10 languages.

Oznoz is also working with Ministries of Education and UNICEF around the world to provide Oznoz content for distance-based learning globally.