UNIC Windhoek in support of the ReadNamibia coalition, will post a weekly feature on social media platforms in support of the #LetsRead campaign. The campaign highlights what Namibians are currently reading, in an effort to heighten awareness around the importance of reading and literacy in Namibia. Creating a reading culture has numerous benefits and can vastly improve learning and quality education. The campaign is aligned to SDG Goal 4, quality education.
Our #LetsRead feature this week is Nolizel Franks…
Nolizel Franks is an intern at the United Nations Information Centre #UNIC in Windhoek and spends her weekends volunteering with #ReadNamibia.As the founder of Leap Learning Centre, Nolizel provides special education to young learners grades 1 through 7. As a graduate of the University of Cape Town, she places a high emphasis on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals #4: Quality Education and strives to make Namibia a better place through educational initiatives.
What is she reading?Nolizel is reading The Refugees by Viet Thanh Nguyen, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 2016.She is also reading Mama Namibia by Mari Serebrov, a story based on the true events of the Herero Genocide of 1904.
What have you been reading lately? You can help us support #literacy in #Namibia by donating used books to your local library, reading to children in your community or volunteering with the Read Namibia Coalition! For more information please visit http://bit.ly/2jdkMPS #Letsread #education #SDGs