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The program is the first major African development aid organization to invest in education of indigenous African children in developing countries: Rwanda, Tanzania, Zambia, Namibia, Mozambique, Sierra Leone and Zimbabwe, all countries that have already offered students at least 1,000 hours of education in an international capacity.
Kamath Kowalska, Head of Research and Coordination for Nairobi School of Medicine, said the program will not only aid children in learning and education; it will also give them an education that they can choose to get by in an increasingly independent world that is becoming increasingly interconnected with non-profit organizations.
A representative for Zumu Uganda and Tanzania spoke with Wroclaw, saying the government, with the support of the Kwamath family, was supportive of Kowalska’s research.
“They said ‘it is the government’s commitment to take advantage of the opportunities’ in Uganda to help Kowalska and other local communities in the country and to be good citizens in developing countries, something I hope to do, when I am fully on this journey of empowerment,” she said.