Four teenagers on a mission to help African kids read - BBC What's New

In 2015, US and UK based teen entrepreneurs, Eline Asase, Azzarrée Uwhubetine, Amirrah Uwhubetine, and Sedinam Asase founded the Child2Child Book Foundation to help African children improve English literacy through reading. So far they distributed over 60.000 books around Nigeria and Ghana in partnership with Books For Africa. BBC's Stefania Okereke spoke with them to find out more about their work, hopes, and dreams.