Far fewer girls than boys attend school in rural Zambia, where Innocent Banda works as a volunteer teacher, and he's trying to change that. Our reporter Anna went to meet Innocent. Listen to her speaking about her trip.
Poverty, parental illiteracy and long distances mean almost a third of girls in rural Zambia have no access to education. Innocent Banda, a 29-year-old volunteer teacher, is fighting to change that. (30.03.2015)
Mobile tech is revolutionizing banking and farming in Africa. But when it comes to education, it's increasing the gap between rural and urban communities. The solution to this dilemma may surprise you. (02.04.2015)
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