Teaching Zambian children to read

Teaching Zambian children to read

There are 2 comments on the The Hindu story from Jun 28, 2009, titled Teaching Zambian children to read. In it, The Hindu reports that:

A new initiative to help improve literacy in Zambia is looking for volunteers to join a mobile library that tours its schools.

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Jimmie Williams

Miami, FL

#1 Jul 3, 2009
I am interested in the intiative that helps improve literacy in Zambia. I have a degree in biology and worked in Malawi for two years. I am interested in the contact specific to make this possible. I am currently in the USA and my e-mail is [email protected] wait for your response. Thanks!
Peggie K Ngoi-Omar


#2 Dec 7, 2012
I am interested in this venture too. I'm Zambian, have a degree in Education from UNZA & have been teaching nearly 25 years. I'm currently teaching young kids English in the eastern part of China but will be moving to Livingstone, Zambia at the end of August 2013.

Please get in touch on [email protected] or tel.0086 13777 917323

Thank you.

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