With the change in the school systems in Rwanda due to measures to contain spread of COVID-19, parents have a responsibility to keep their children learning. Currently, Rwanda has more than 2.5 million pupils out of school. CNBC Africa joins Amos Furaha, Director of Global User Engagement at NABU on digital channels that can help parents keep track of their child's reading.
In 2015, NABU launched in Rwanda with an aim of distributing mother tongue, representative content to children and adults, facilitates education using technology and engage community around readership. And this month, the organisation is launching the NABU publishing portal, which will be the digital publishing platform. Amos Furaha, Director of Global User Engagement at NABU joins CNBC Africa for more.