An American literacy non-profit organisation says it is making an impact on literacy in Ghana.
WorldReader is currently working in 52 schools in Ghana where it is supplying electronic readers and digital books to deprived communities in order to help people to improve their literacy skills.
It uses low-cost technology and local books to start people off on the path to literacy. So far, it has made a difference to 122,968 people in the country and has supplied 5,305 devices for them to use.
The company’s mission is to bring digital books to children and families and help them to use literacy to change their lives for the better.