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It’s an attempt to restore hope and bring education into the lives of homeless and often-orphaned children. Meet a local DC woman who’s mission to build 100 libraries/reading rooms across Africa over the next 10 years.
- Jane Kinney Meyers Founder and President, The Lubuto Library Project, Inc.
- Deborah Chungu Native Zambian; and a volunteer with the Lubuto Library Project
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