Lwala Community Alliance was featured in the Huffington Post on April 5, 2016 in a guest post written by Worldreader staff Kristina Lee, Manager of Programs and Partnership, and Selena Garrahan, Assistant Community Manager.
As they gather around wide-eyed, their curious minds marvel at this small device packed with big promise. In Migori County, Kenya, at a school supported by Lwala Community Alliance, it’s a school day not quite like any other for these primary students. Each one of them has just received 100 new books. That’s a lot of books, especially when you consider that many schools in Africa have far fewer books than this to share among all the students, let alone each student.
This clearly needs to change. Fortunately, it is changing.
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