The COVID-19 pandemic has led to school closures around the world, depriving 463 million students of access to education. Due to social inequality and lack of internet access, many students have not been able to participate in any form of remote learning.
Good Factory is focused on creating equal opportunities for all and we’ve been working hard to make sure our children can continue their education. A few years ago, we promised Specioza and Claire, patients of our hospice in Rwanda, that we would take care of their children. We’ve kept our promise and provided the children with the best care possible and access to learning aids. The building they live in, however, is too small to accommodate so many students learning remotely – especially since the number of residents continues to grow. Next month we will move them to a larger, more comfortable space.
With the addition of this new space, our costs will increase. We also need to purchase more tablets as there simply aren’t enough for six children, especially since they all start school at the same time. We are looking forward to these changes as we know that you will continue to help us create a happy home and the best learning environment for our children.
We love seeing them excited about their school work. Your support has helped them get back on their feet after incredibly difficult life experiences, and their gratitude and enthusiasm towards new possibilities shine through every day.
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