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The first Sun Book tablets have been distributed to classrooms in Uganda, with plans to ship to other off-the-grid classrooms – not connected to digital world – in countries in Africa, Asia and South America.

Children like Nangila is one of millions missing out on a quality education and developing a love of learning.

And it’s not because she’s not going to school.

It’s because her classroom in Uganda, a country where the majority still live in poverty, does not have enough books.

In some classes, some children can go through years of schooling without ever seeing a single textbook.

Nor can they connect to the Internet. So they cannot access the plethora of learning resources enjoyed by their peers in wealthier countries.

Now, with the Sun Book tablet, Nangila is discovering the joy of reading!

Children don’t have access to the text books that provide an opportunity to learn in a classroom. They remain trapped in an extreme poverty due to illiteracy and low level education.

The devices are pre-loaded with local, national and international educational content tailored to improved learning outcomes and help children escape the cycle of poverty.

Picture, School Uganda, Nov. 2018.

You can help foster a love of learning and reading – one classroom at a time!

Do you love books? How many texts did you use when you were at school? Your school books may not have been your favourite reads but chances are they were vital to your education.

In 20 million classrooms around the world, there are children going to school lacking textbooks and other resources crucial for a quality education.

How can teachers teach and how can students achieve their best when they have no books? That’s where the Sun Book tablet can help bridge the gap!.

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