Knowledge is Power: The Reading Hub

1st prize 2019: Ni Otto Dodoo and Anthony Dogbedo (Ghana)

The winning project by Ni Otto Dodoo and Anthony Dogbedo, first-year students at the Brandt School, and their project “Knowledge is Power: The Reading Hub”, seek to support the children living in the Budumburam Refugee Camp in Ghana. The project aims to provide the platform for students to develop, strength-en and sustain their interest for reading and general studies, improve their mathematic skills and receive assistance with schoolwork. The project also seeks to reduce child prostitution, teenage pregnancy and parenthood, drug abuse and ‘streetism’ in the refugee camp.

The Reading Hub

Knowledge is Power update at the 2020 Commitment Award