One book at a time
Of children in Sub-Saharan Africa are not proficient in reading
Illiteracy leads to:
Limited Access To Education: Illiteracy restricts a child's potential to learn, reducing educational opportunities.
Fewer Job Opportunities: Illiteracy also hinders people's capacity to acquire new skills; resulting in fewer job prospects.
Poverty Across Generations: Reduced education and fewer job opportunities perpetuate intergenerational poverty.
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