TBT to 2002. Girls explore books in the tin trunk library that is filled with books after graduating from World Education’s GATE program in India.
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Here’s a photo from our archives of a woman reading a literacy chart in India.
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Maybe photos are worth a thousand words because it leaves a lot up for interpretation! When learning, that may not be the best thing, which is why literacy is important.
In this photo, a woman in India studies a workbook.
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World Education’s first education center, Literacy House, was founded in India in 1953.
Since then, World Education has worked to address issues related to literacy and development in the country. Today, India’s education system still struggles with access: 72% of students don’t finish secondary school.
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Anita, who can now use the computer with ease, was one of the first girls to join the ICT center opened by the ConnectEd project.
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