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Kilgoris Pupils Go Hitech

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Andrew Ochieng was in Kilgoris (Kenya), where Ntimigom Primary School is located, and he explains how e-readers are changing the education of these young students. It was broadcasted by Kenya CitizenTV and uploaded to their Youtube channel.

One Girl’s Voice Rising from the Slums: I Love Reading!

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"Doris, a teenager living in Africa's largest slum in the middle of Nairobi, Kenya, has the odds stacked against her. But, she has learned to cope, find a tune to dance to and dream big. E-books and Kindles have found their way to her school and they have planted a seed of hope. They give her a sense of freedom, keep her mind busy and urge her to study more diligently so she can one day become a doctor. Books matter to Doris-- a lot. Help us reach even more girls like Doris. Donate to Worldreader today: http://www.worldreader.org/support-us/."

Worldreader Program: Gets Books Into the Most Remote Places

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See how one Worldreader Program donation brought Kindles into two primary schools in Tanzania. Experience the impact on 11-year-old Mery's life who wants to teach her whole country to read. Wondering what's a Worldreader Program? It's a new way for anyone to get books into the most remote places. It includes: 50 ruggedized Kindles with clip-on lights, 100 storybooks and textbooks per Kindle (from Africa and the rest of the world) and proven training materials for students, teachers and the entire community.