In the 2000s, Tanzania embarked on an interactive radio instruction (IRI) initiative for primary school children engaged in the worst forms of child labour.
In the mid-2000s, Lifeline Energy donated 700 solar and wind-up Lifeline radios to CARE Rwanda’s Nkundabana (Kinyarwanda for “I love children”) initiative.
Across Zambia, tens of thousands of children lost one or both of their parents to HIV/AIDS or other illnesses. CARE’s SCOPE-OVC programme (Strengthening Community Partnerships for the Empowerment of Orphans and Vulnerable Children) works through community schools to help orphans and vulnerable children deal with the loss and grief they are experiencing.
USAID in partnership with the government of Nigeria launched the Community Participation for Action in the Social Sectors project, known as COMPASS in 2005.
Kilifi sits on Kenya’s Indian Ocean coast and has some of the country’s best beaches. However, it remains one of Kenya’s poorest districts. In terms of education
In 2009 health centre nurses from across the small, mountainous kingdom of Lesotho gathered in a local medical clinic at the foot of the Thaba Busio Hill to receive our solar and wind-up radios.