BBC Africa Interview
Child2Child Book Foundation interview with Ms. Stefania Okereke on BBC Africa's What's New
Child2Child Book Foundation
Child2Child Book Foundation (“C2C”) is a non-profit organization registered in the US and Nigeria, donating books to students in Africa. We are Ghanaian and Nigerian teenage friends who grew up in Lagos, Nigeria and want to share our love of reading with other children.
Growing up, we loved to read but did not have easy access to a diverse selection of books. C2C wants to share the gift of reading with underprivileged children, by providing access to good quality, diverse books.
Summer 2021 we completed a successful book drive in Nigeria. We shipped 44,000 books and shared them with students, schools, libraries and reading hubs. Check out our interviews with TRACE TV and Arise TV.
Summer 2022, we completed a successful book drive to Ghana. We shipped 20,000 books and distributed them to 4 regions within the country.
Summer 2023, we plan to target a French speaking country.
Thanks to all our donors for making our and other children's dreams come true!
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Poor access to a plethora of diverse books
Poorly stocked libraries and schools
Low encouragement when it comes to reading
“Literacy is a bridge from misery to hope”
Create access to books through multiple resources.
Raise money to ship containers of books to communities, schools, orphanages and libraries.
Raise awareness to the fact that people in underprivileged communities lack access to quality books and education.
“One child, one teacher, one pen and one book can change the world”
The Target Audience
State Government Schools
Other Non Profit Foundations
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”
Commissioning of the Alice Abrokwa Appiah Library in Kukurantumi, Ghana
In 2022, C2C Book Foundation donated the Presbyterian Basic School's first library.
The Alice Abrokwa Appiah Library was named in honor of Sedinam and Eline Asase’s great grandmother who was the first female teacher.