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His Childhood is in Jeopardy


Often, creative peripherals like music and art classes are the first to get cut. Formal physical education classes follow. Even recess is on the chopping block...

Girls excited to have new books to read

Books Are Vital

In low-income neighborhoods, there is ONE age-appropriate book for every 300 children. Compare that with middle-income neighborhoods, where the ratio of books to children is 13:1.

This is completely unacceptable - kids cannot learn to read, much less learn to love reading - without books to read!

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Help send Kadiatu to school for a year!

Kadiatu is a young girl living in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Sadly, Kadiatu lost both of her parents to the ebola epidemic during the outbreak in 2013 and 2014. The rest of her family earns less than a dollar a day and cannot afford to support Kadiatu. She now resides in Develop Africa's Dream Homeā€”an orphanage for Ebola orphans. Kadiatu's favorite color is pink. If she is able to continue her education, she hopes to one day become a lawyer.

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