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Pitch a Dream Tournament 2016

One of the hardest things to do when you’re a young start-up be it a for profit, nonprofit or a hybrid is sourcing for funding… 310 more words

Children

Want to donate a book?

Pitch a Dream believes that providing access to books will make long-lasting impact in the lives of students in schools across Kenya who cannot afford. We want to cultivate a reading culture by collecting and donating books to schools in rural schools across Kenya. 156 more words

The Sparkle Interview: "No country can be higher or greater than the quality of its education.” – Winnie Aduayi Project, Director Ignite Africa

What does the future hold for a nation with a large youth population that does not want to read?

The Sparkle Team had the honour of visiting the… 1,241 more words

The Sparkle Writers Hub

#PDOBookSwap Community

At Pitch a Dream, we are passionate about reading and cultivating a reading culture in Kenya. On the second Tuesday of every month starting in April 2016, Pitch a Dream is going to host a BookSwap at a select coffee shop. 181 more words

The Reading Culture and Nigeria’s Quest For Sustainable Development

The place of reading in the general development of man and his society cannot be overemphasized.

Holt (1998) remarks that a situation in which a large number of people rarely read, either because they lack the skill or simply because they do not care enough to take time to concentrate will pose serious problems in the future. 2,794 more words

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Reading @ RDC

It’s no surprise that the Library loves books, but did you know that reading can have a positive impact on your health, happiness, and academic success? 169 more words

Library Resources

Are bookstores dying in Australia?

It is often said that you don’t always notice change when it is happening slowly in front of your eyes. Only after a significant amount of change can you really see the true effects. 598 more words

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