Polepole (poh-leh poh-leh),means “go slowly,” – the literal translation is “slow, slow”. As summiteers know, these are possibly the most-spoken words on Mount Kilimanjaro. These words also happen to be frequent spoken words here at @swahili4kidz. You you see, like climbing Kilimanjaro, creating engaging bilingual Swahili books is a slow process.

We need your help

Which brings us to our June project: to get expert illustrators working on our exciting next children’s book, “Panda, panda,” which translates to ‘climb, panda 🐼. (‘Panda, panda,’ will be a colourful and inclusive book with a simple story about a kind but shy Panda who who wants to spend his days climbing trees, rocks and mountains but he’s just too scared! With the help of some much-needed encouragement from his family, he learns to step outside of his comfort zone, make new friends and the highest mountains.)

   You can help now by giving to our campaign!

Would you make a small $2.50 gift towards this goal today? You can support by clicking here.

When you make a gift purchase, we will instantly send you the sticker below and a message confirming your support in bringing joy to children everywhere.

Remember: Take it easy – Enjoy Life. 

This “polepole” sticker reminds you to take things  “polepole” – to take it slow, stop and smell the roses. It is true, sometimes you need this reminder to chill out, slow down and #takeiteasy.

What will your legacy be?

Thank you for your support for our bilingual education products and please share this with your friends and family – asante sana! 🙏🏻 .
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