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10 Inspiring Stories for Girls and Women

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These 10 stories are part of our newest collection: The Inspire Us collection. The collection was created as part of our Inspire Us project, which leverages mobile technology to bring empowering stories to girls and women across Ghana and West Africa.

Mourice Wabwire

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Mourice is a seasoned publisher with a passion for words, visuals, and exploration. He has a rich background in editorial and translation. He has worked with Kenya Literature Bureau, Longhorn Publishers, and Worldreader to bring stories to life, transcending language barriers and cultural divides.He also has developed an expertise in the realm of Metadata, through … Continue Reading →

Local Content for African Libraries (LOCAL) Final Project Report

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Local Content for African Libraries (LOCAL) Final Project Report

LOCAL, a project by Worldreader and AfLIA, leveraged digital reading technologies to improve access to local language early-grade-reading content throughout library networks in Ghana, Zambia, and Uganda, culminating in a toolkit to guide the replication of digital reading programs throughout African libraries.

How to use Booksmart (in English)

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BookSmart gives parents and caregivers access to a library from their mobile phones so they can support their children’s learning while physical schools are out of session. In this video, you will get tips on how to read with your children, learn how to access the app, create an account, browse the library, save books for offline reading, customize your font and color preferences, and more! Start reading today at https://booksmart.world/youtube.

Moving Mountains for Literacy

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#KiliChallenge19 Last month, a team of 9 climbers set out to take on Africa’s biggest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro, to bring digital reading to thousands of people in Kenya. This is their incredible #KiliChallenge19 journey. There is still time to donate and help reach more readers. It all started with one library They say that libraries … Continue Reading →