BlueTree Group is constantly monitoring the global trends of the Book Supply Chain, including possible delays in the supply of raw materials and the disruptions that have occurred as a result of the Covid 19 pandemic. Schools worldwide are reopening and children are increasingly going back into the classrooms. Unfortunately, although children have gone back to school, there will be no books in some of these schools as a result of factors explicitly elaborated below including lack of paper among others.
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BlueTree Group has worked in Malawi for many years on various reading projects. During these projects we have worked with Dorah Nyirenda many times. In this blog we will introduce Dorah!
At BlueTree Group our projects are not limited to certain geographical areas, as we have implemented projects from the Marshall Islands, Malawi and Honduras. To ensure that we can cover projects in any market, and to gain a broad understanding of the local context, we have an extensive network of project based local consultants.
Books are found in different sizes and determining your book size is one of the most important decisions to make. Since there are many book sizes available in the market, guidance is needed to help determine which is the most appropriate book size for your project.
The launch was held at a primary school where the teachers have been trained on the use of the Correctbook. You could feel the positive and happy excitement from the audience, in a lively environment. During the launch, children danced, sang and read out poems.
The Edukans Teaching With Impact Project, was significantly affected by the Covid crisis. Ever since, the project has experienced tremendous progress. Production of the Correctbooks and assembly and packaging of the pens is almost done in all the countries.
The impact of corona on education in Malawi ‘the warm heart of Africa’. When COVID-19 started spreading across the world, Africa was recording some of the lowest infections and death rates compared to the then hotspots in Europe, USA, Asia and Latin America.