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The launch of Reading Around the World:
Volunteers making signs at Cups N Cones. Pictured are: front row (l-r): Sarah Carpenter, Carissa Mallory, Sara Campbell. back: Rachel Campbell, Rachel Green, Rachel Frith and Lindsey Cohn.
Book sorting party. Pictured are: Rachel Campbell, Sara Campbell, Sarah Carpenter, Lindsey Cohn and Carissa Mallory
Work day at ALL STOR public storage – preparing and books for shipment to Africa. Pictured are (l-r): Sara Campbell, Sarah Carpenter, Rachel Campbell, Carissa Mallory
Loading the shipping container with books and desks. Pictured are volunteers Ken Campbell, EJ Williams and Trent Valleau
Gerezani Primary School – before and after of the library:
New Hope Education Center in Arusha – RAWLI donated 100 desks to this school.
Classroom at Kinyerezi Primary School in Dar es Salaam. Desks were donated by RAWLI and came from the old Liberty Hill Elementary School.
RAWLI Founder Carissa Mallory teaches Tanzanian students how to use an iPad ap.
Students at Gerezani Primary School playing the Swahili Bubble Bath app, an educational game developed for RAWLI by Overpass Apps Ltd. (UK).
RAWLI Executive Director Lisa Mallory teaches a technology lesson:
RAWLI provides our first grant – one million Tanzanian shillings (about $500 USD) to fund teacher technology training
Teacher Technology Training Classes
Screenshots of the Swahili Bubble Bath App: