Karinganire on the left reading to his son
“Normally I used to be always busy with work trying to ensure the family’s financial stability. This affected my relationship with my son Julian. But after Rwinkwavu Community Library opened, I started to go there at least once a week to borrow a book and read to Julian in the library and at home. Since I started reading to my son my sociability with him has increased. Now he can tell me all of his feelings while he was not before.”
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We at Ready for Reading SALUTE AND STAND IN SOLIDARITY with all the amazing and courageous women in the Rwinkwavu Community who take the bold step of learning to read and write for the first time, launch their own business enterprises, support their children’s education and well-being and become strong local leaders and agents for change.
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