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Update on Ghana Trip

Adam Holt is with Unleash Kids in western Ghana these days. He has been sharing photos when he gets the chance. Buying solar panels ***** Advertisements

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Unleash Kids is off to Ghana

(This is written by the parents of Adam Holt. It is exactly 50 years since we taught school in West Africa and travelled in these countries. Very exciting to see these updates!) Photos being shared from Coastal Ghana. There have … Continue reading

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Reaching Students in Haiti

Solar for Silar Posted on December 27, 2014 A little awhile ago, we plugged in the final component to the solar power system here at the orphanage. There’s still some tweaks to be made over the coming week, but I … Continue reading

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Lascahobas unleashed

Nick Doiron’s report is refreshing, nicely honest, beautifully presented work. Helping Haiti unleash kids is important, difficult, rewarding and challenging. Keep up the inspiring effort. Read here: https://medium.com/@mapmeld/lascahobas-67b3e86ef05e  

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Unleash Kids!

I recently returned from the Detroit area where my son was meeting up with a really great prospective Haiti volunteer for Unleash Kids! Nathan Riddle was also there, a courageous individual I’d met previously, providing the lifeline of spare parts … Continue reading

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Kenya: Education committee demands cancellation of 1.2M laptop tender

By NGUMBAO KITHI – MOMBASA, KENYA ‘It is now emerging that the company awarded the tender to supply the Sh24 billion laptop computers does not manufacture computers, and even lacks the capacity to supply the same. The Parliamentary Committee on … Continue reading

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Kenya: School computer project tender raises more questions than answers

(Concerns about malfeasance throughout 5-page article) By MARK KAPCHANGA  – NAIROBI, KENYA ‘The saga surrounding the Sh24 billion laptop computers project for schools is far from over, even after the Kenya Government awarded the tender to an India-based company last … Continue reading

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