Monthly Archives: August 2014

Light2Read; updated considerations (dateline March 2015)

Development Challenge, Innovation, and Anticipated Impacts Challenge A lack of electricity (and light to read), information and educational resources in more than 50% of Namibia’s households, crucial to the citizenship becoming literate, informed and democratised. Only 350 schools in Namibia

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