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African children’s books that give back to the community

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From The Hyena and the Seven Little Kids to Refilwe, these are the African children’s books that give back to the community.
From The Hyena and the Seven Little Kids to Refilwe, these are the African children’s books that give back to the community.
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This festive season READ Educational Trust gives people the opportunity to share the love of literature with their children while helping to contribute to the dream of literacy for underprivileged children across South Africa.

The Trust is a South African NGO that operates broadly in the education and literacy sectors, specifically in educator training and the provision of school resources.

Established in 1979 and funded by both local and foreign donors as well as the private sector, READ works alongside the Department of Education to implement teacher training and literacy projects in schools.

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