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Tamara Kay

Educating Children on the Longest Street in the World

by Tamara Kay

In an urban slum in India children huddle around an old vegetable cart fitted with a television and DVD player transfixed by characters who sing about the letter “ma” in Hindi. In Tanzania children listen to a radio program that teaches them how to treat a mosquito bed net to help prevent malaria. And in South Africa where one in ten children has lost a parent to HIV/AIDS, a television program helps destigmatize the disease and deal...

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