Linguistic minorities

Ripple Reading uses specialist retired teachers and university students to support and empower children from the impoverished areas in Johannesburg.
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Anandadhara is an educational resource center to ensure that children develop into citizens of today and tomorrow after receiving practiced, qualitative, and equitable tailor-made education.
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The Museum School is an urban education model for economically and academically deprived children in urban slums without any extra infrastructure or investment.
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Mobjap Children's Center provides ECD and early primary schooling to orphans and vulnerable children in the informal settlement of Kibera.
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Through the Ak' Tenamit Internship Program, high school students split their time between traditional and practical classrooms, where they put theory learned in class to work.
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One Moore Book (OMB) publishes culturally sensitive literary and artistic material for children from developing countries with low levels of literacy and underrepresented cultures.
The Mother Tongue Education (MTE) project seeks to increase meaningful access to primary education for marginalized children through advocacy, training, and development of resources to enable primary level instruction in students' mother tongue.
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