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Paving the way to fair education

In 1991, the Frankfurt International School (FIS) launched a service learning project under the guidance of math teacher, Ambrose Kelly. At the time, a small group of students set out on a project to improve and sustain the education of Tswana people living in the Moshaweng Valley. Over the years, new schools and libraries were built, with book donations and other teaching supplies starting to reach the region. The project is continuing to grow and has since gained support from a number of schools globally as well as financial backing from a variety of organizations.

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In 1991, the Frankfurt International School (FIS) launched a service learning project under the guidance of math teacher, Ambrose Kelly. At the time, a small group of students set out on a project to improve and sustain the education of Tswana people living in the Moshaweng Valley. Over the years, new schools and libraries were built, with book donations and other teaching supplies starting to reach the region. The project is continuing to grow and has since gained support from a number of schools globally as well as financial backing from a variety of organizations.