Help 100 Underprivileged Kids in Zimbabwe


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Promoting Literacy

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Rakai, Uganda
Map of Promoting literacy In our village,the education sector was very low. This was because the people were very poor and could not afford to pay their children's school fees, others did not know the values of education and so they could put much effort to educate their sons and daughters.The government intiated the universal primary education and secondary to enable all the people to sent their children to school.The government also tought the people the values of education and now many people are educated. Read more.
Related to project keywords: literacy, school fees, promoting, children school, village
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Tekeshe Foundation

North Chelmsford, MA, United States

Project Leader

Thelma Sithole

North Chelmsford, Ma United States

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