| April 5, 2010

Founder of OrphanAid Talks About the Challenges of Bringing Reading Programs to Ghana


Here’s a brief excerpt from a video conversation with Lisa Lovatt-Smith, founder of OrphanAid Africa.  Lisa has been operating in Ghana for about eight years, and has taught us an enormous amount about doing work there.  It’s about some of the challenges we’ll certainly face.

And: here are two articles from the Ghanian press about Worldreader’s first trials.

The Ghana Chronicle, Saturday, March 20, 2010

Ghana Mail, Monday, March 22, 2010


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