Kerosene – A Burning Issue in Women’s Rights, Human Rights
Like many girls I’ve met in Africa, Rose’s dream is to become a teacher. The shy grade 6 student revises her homework at a rickety table in a tin shack in a Nairobi slum.
The Difference a Little Bit of Energy Makes
For those without electricity, buying candles is a daily challenge. The typical family burns through two candles a day, with each candle lasting only two hours and lighting less than half of a small room.
Similar Issues for Urban and Rural Schools in Zambia
Studying at Night When You’re Poor in Lusaka
Students in Misisi Compound, just a 10 minute drive from Lusaka’s city center, had a hard time answering the question, ” when do you study?” I asked grade 6 and 7 students…