"As Africans and people of African descent, we have to be very selective about what we read. Free books are never really free. Some cause more damage to our identiy an conciousness than we really know. When we receive a free book we have to first consider the side-effects of its content on our identity and especially on our subconscious mind before we make the decision whether to read it or not. Not every free book is ´good for us and if we think it is not good for us, then it is not worth reading. instead we have to start writing our own books. that what we seek to do with our "Africa for Smart Kids concept. Beatrice Achaleke
Africa for Smart Kids – The Campaign 1.000.000 books for 1.000 000 Smart Kids
Click on the audio below and listen the author and founder Beatrice Achake talk about the “Africa for Smart Kids” 100.000 books for 100.000 smart kids in an SABC FM Radio conversation with Shado Twala. Shado not only loved this campaign, she topped it from 100.000 to 1.000.000 books for 1.000.000 smart kids. Beatrice accepted the challenge, this is the target we wish to reach by the end of 2018. So far we have delivered about 500 books to 500 Smart Kids in the last two months. So we still have a long way to go, but one which is exciting and doable with you onboard.
There are many ways for you to get involved in this crucial campaign. You can become a supporter, an investor, a sponsor, an ambassador or a beneficiary. Inbox us today if you want to find out how you can get involved and the added value for you when you join the campaign.
The aim of this ambitious campaign is to provide 1.000 000 copies of “Africa for Smart Kids” and other children’s books with empowering and enabling contents, (written by Africans) to 1.000 000 kids throughout Africa in 2018.
Target audiences include
Selected schools and youth organisations, centers, clubs, libraries etc.
This program works in partnership with selected companies, relevant government departments, and selected media that align with our mission which is to to help our youth to become proud young Africans.
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