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.
Bantwana’s mission is to improve the wellbeing of vulnerable children and their caregivers and families affected by HIV and AIDS and poverty. Learn about Bantwana’s work improving livelihoods, child protection, and psychosocial support in western Uganda.
“There are times when I would eat one meal a day and my children could not go to good schools because of poverty, but now I feel that I can support my family and feel more confident about our future.”-Read Richard’s story.
We’re traveling back to the ’60s with this photo! It depicts a National Training Centre in Bandung where teachers received a year’s training in community education, and then became village community supervisors after completing the training.
Today–46 years later–World Education Indonesia supports disadvantaged youth through the ConnectEd program; helps reach Indonesia’s teachers, administrators, and students through the PRIORITAS program; and aims to reduce poverty by providing low-income people with microfinance opportunities through Good Return.