184 children in Larabanga community received story books every two weeks to help them practice reading.
This donation happened while they were at home due to the COVID 19 pandemic.
While the foundation kept pushing for education of kids and re-opening of schools alot was being done to help African kids stay on track with their academics.
Using a case study on the Larabanga local comunity, Apawu J. Mawuli wrote in a 2012 publication that at gatherings, local people engage in diverse activities “These include talking, milling around, shouting, eating, drinking, smoking, playing, dancing, singing, burning incense gambling and more.”
For the children to make effective use of their time during the lock down, it was a necessary donation by UNICEF.