Kenya: Aga Khan Foundation’s project launched in Lamu to bridge illiteracy gap

Aga Khan Foundation's Project launched in Lamu to bridge illiteracy gapAn old lady in Mombasa who had been forced to pick between who of her great grand children would get educated, can now breath a sigh of relief, thanks to the Youth Social and Economic Empowerment project, in Lamu. The project run by Aga khan foundation in partnership with the European union and the government of Kenya, aims at bridging the illiteracy gap at the Coast. Nuru Abdul Aziz has more.

Source: https://ntv.nation.co.ke – Project launched in Lamu to bridge illiteracy gap at the coast

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  1. One of the best news i’ve read for this very small island Lamu, having lived in Nairobi and often went to Malindi, Mombasa and Lamu was so small, no cars could pass through, only donkeys carrying stuff. Seems it’s grown much bigger for AKDN to launch this project which will be so useful for the youth.

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