Worldreader has been one of the biggest success stories for non-profit companies promoting digital reading in third world countries. The company tends to hook schools and other institutions up with Kindle e-Readers and even managed to get $500,000 from Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. Today, Worldreader announced the formation of a new project in Ghana titled “All Children Reading” that was financed by a $300,000 grant from USAID, World Vision, and AusAID.
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The end to extreme poverty might very well be within reach. But is the bar too low?
The World Bank aims to raise just about everyone on Earth above the $1.25-a-day income threshold. In Zambia, an average person living in such dire poverty might be able to afford, on a given day, two or three plates of cornmeal porridge, a tomato, a mango, a spoonful each of oil and sugar, a bit of chicken or fish, maybe a handful of nuts. But he would have just pocket change to spend on transportation, housing, education and everything else.
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