One additional school year can increase a woman’s earnings by 20%.
A child whose mother can read is 50% more likely to live past the age of 5.
Equality in education could increase a country’s per capita income by 23% over 40 years.
Discovery +254, one of Kenya’s most popular television shows, celebrated the launch of its second season in style on Friday, July 3, with some of Kenya’s top personalities. Sarah Hassan, one of the show’s hosts, emceed the event at the British Council, with Adelle...
This blog was originally posted on the National Cable & Telecommunications Association blog on Aug. 31, 2015, you can read that post here. Have you ever seen a cheetah before? Maybe not in person, but certainly on television or on the Internet. It might surprise...
“Every time I watch one of these programs, I discover new things, which leads me to improve my performance. The programs broaden my horizons and fill me with new knowledge and new dreams”
-Naemi, student, Okahandji, Namibia
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-Godknows Ojeha, Teacher, Nigeria
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-Anca Popescu, teacher, Romania
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-Patrick Kimeu, community member, Machakos, Kenya