Reading ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ in the Great Rift Valley

4th January 2019 | Media

In northern Kenya’s vast Great Rift Valley, the village of Lagam sits nestled within the cliffs. Poverty and illiteracy are high but, 12 year old Pascalia loves to read. Like children all around the world, she loves ‘Where the Wild Things Are’. This is her video:

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