Fortunately, a group of dedicated mothers stepped in. Despite having to juggle household chores, tending to their own farms, and taking care of their children, the mothers offered to also work Loveline’s farms for her. They were determined to support the mobile reading program because they understood the benefit of the education their children receive through the libraries and the importance of the one-on-one lessons provided by Loveline.
“The mothers decided that their children’s learning is too important to give up, and they decided to work my farms so I can focus on helping the children. Now I can manage the library and my family will still have food to eat,” said Loveline.
The program, now reaching over 45,000 out-of-school children, continues to thrive as the conflict persists with the help of women like Loveline and mothers who take care of their community and are committed to keeping their children safely engaged in learning.
“I know that when schools reopen, the children in this community will be prepared to return to class,” stated Loveline.
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