This all-black women library is bridging Rwanda’s literacy gap one book at a time

Kamaliza Reads is Rwanda's first all-black women library that is setting its sights on providing reading materials by black authors to Rwandans, but why is this an important milestone in the country's literacy culture? CNBC Africa spoke to Amata Giramata, Founder of Kamaliza Reads Library.

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