Hope of Family NGO had the privilege of hosting Philippe Nkwakuzi, the Country Manager at NABU, in a meeting aimed at discussing potential collaborations to enhance foundational learning for children in primary schools. The meeting specifically focused on the importance of literacy and the role of leading books in achieving this goal.
NABU, a tech-enabled publisher of multilingual children’s books, is dedicated to creating culturally responsive, mother-tongue stories in a more efficient and scalable manner. The organization has been at the forefront of revolutionizing children’s book publishing, making it more accessible and inclusive.
During the meeting, Iyamuremye N. Augusting, the Executive Director of Hope of Family NGO, expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership with NABU. He emphasized the NGO’s commitment to reducing extreme family poverty through strong and efficient children’s education.
“We are passionate about providing children from underprivileged backgrounds with quality education. This discussion with NABU opens up new horizons for us to make a positive impact on young learners,” Augusting said.
The collaboration between Hope of Family NGO and NABU holds great promise for children in primary schools, particularly in the area of literacy. By harnessing NABU’s innovative approach to publishing, the NGOs aim to improve access to culturally relevant books, fostering a love for reading and enhancing children’s language skills.
The meeting concluded with both parties expressing their commitment to the collaboration and outlining the next steps to be taken. Hope of Family NGO and NABU are eager to begin working together to make a lasting impact on the lives of young learners and contribute to the reduction of extreme family poverty.
As Hope of Family NGO and NABU join forces, the future looks bright for children in primary schools who will benefit from enhanced foundational learning and improved literacy.