Kindles to Kenya

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David Risher founded the nonprofit Worldreader program in 2009 to distribute Kindles to children in the developing world. His aim was to increase literacy. Today the program has shared over 200,000 e-books with children in Ghana and Kenya, and Risher and his colleagues hope to allocate 10,000 reading devices by 2013.

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One Response to “Kindles to Kenya”

  1. Stanley
    at 9:18 am on June 12, 2013

    where can i by a kindle reader in Kenya, what is the price?

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