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By joining the movement for universal access to education and sharing with family and friends, you’re increasing the likelihood that nations and policymakers will take notice and support organizations like ours. 
We know that each reader adds to the global voice calling to make literacy an international priority. The more pages read and posts made, the louder that voice becomes.

Since 1953

India girls education #pages4progress

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.

Find out more about our work in India.



Girls Leadership Training in Indonesia

Photo by ConnectEd Indonesia.

Yesterday we shared a photo of boys celebrating despite the rain after a Leadership Skills Training with ConnectEd Indonesia. Here is the girls’ photo from the same class!

Leadership skills helps both girls and boys build confidence and secure good employment.

Support youth leadership by donating to World Education.

#SheBuildsChange Photo Contest!

Join the #SheBuildsChange photo contest!

We all have women in our lives who are agents of change. Join the #SheBuilds Digital Rally on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram by posting a photo and story of a woman in your life who is making change for women in her community, such as supporting women’s rights, health, or access to education.

Tag your post with #SheBuildsChange and post it by March 21.The winning photo will be featured on the She Builds homepage and included in the Devex flagship publication, the GDB.