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Tag: literacy

Social Entrepreneurship: A tool to address Africa’s illiteracy problem September 08, 2016 in Social Entrepreneurship

Africa is the only continent where more than half of parents are unable to help their kids with their homework due to illiteracy. A report by the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural organization (UNESCO) indicates that about 38 percent of African adults are illiterate, two thirds of which are women.

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Empowerment through literature: Imagine We fosters a culture of reading and writing in Rwanda June 08, 2018 in Our Change Leaders

Dominique Uwase Alonga is a smart, brave and passionate social entrepreneur who we are proud to support in our incubator. She is the founder and CEO of Imagine We, a publishing house that is working to change the reading culture among children in Rwanda.

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