World Education’s annual #Pages4Progress campaign is back in time to make your summer reading count. Help us reach our goal of 3 million pages logged by International Literacy Day. Every page read helps to raise funds and awareness to support World Education’s global education programs.
Visit pages4progress.worlded.org and start logging your pages today!
Photo by Ion Sokhos
Join World Education in celebrating Giving Tuesday, a national day of giving back, on December 2, 2014. Tell us why education is important to you, and learn how you can #giveducation.
Photo: United Nations
The Cauca Region of Colombia, 1966. World Education‘s Andean Indian program was designed to improve living standards for the indigenous populations of the Altiplano region and integrate them into the economic and social life of their respective countries. Here, members of the San Fernando farmers co-op in Guambia township are seen inspecting wheat.
Photo by World Education Cambodia staff
Cambodian students in the Youth on the Move program are precise about their in-class project.
Happy International Literacy Day!
Thank you for reading for literacy and universal access to education with #Pages4Progress.
“The world was hers for the READING” – Betty Smith
2/3 of illiterate adults are women.
We need your help. Read with #Pages4Progress at bit.ly/pages4progress.
Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body. And World Ed is a personal trainer!
Your fun, is their gain. Thank you for supporting literacy by logging your pages atbit.ly/pages4progress!
Pledge to read just 10 pages today! Every page read helps attract new donors for education and shows our countries’ leaders that we believe education should be a priority.
Don’t forget to log your pages at bit.ly/pages4progress!