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We partner with communities across the globe to promote literacy and girls' education. World Change Starts with Educated Children.
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Discover what backpacks look like around the world! Not that long ago, carrying school supplies on one’s back seemed like a crazy concept. Today they have become a staple of student life.
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This is why we need diversity in children's books!
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For all of you kicking off the year strong with new dreams. Want to ensure you keep your resolution going through the year? Dedicate it to boys and girls around the world here:
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. and are getting their own constellations! Astronomers hope the new constellations will get more young people interested in
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Room to Read Jan 17
Getting inspired at the . Tonight we are celebrating & companies driving real change. We're thrilled to share all proceeds from the event will be donated to Room to Read. This is where passion meets innovation!
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Room to Read Jan 17
The UK to focus on women’s education in push for global peace & security.
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Room to Read Jan 17
Discover pictures books teaching children how to navigate today's turbulent world with kindness, compassion & peace.
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Room to Read Jan 17
Room to Read founder releases new book ! Discover innovative ways business leaders build into their companies. John's profits from book to be donated to w/ goal to fund 10 libraries & impact > 4000 children
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Room to Read Jan 16
In , one of Asia's poorest countries, dozens of women & girls continue to die due to taboos around menstruation
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Room to Read Jan 16
Fathers in prison struggle to forge an emotional bond with their children. Discover how dads in prison are writing and illustrating stories to maintain relationships with their children on the outside.
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Room to Read Jan 16
This NGO is bringing Berlin's refugees the 'feeling of freedom'. The concept is simple: teach female refugees how to ride a bike. The idea and impact goes far beyond: empowering & educating women through action
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Monsanto India Jan 16
We strongly believe education is one of the most important means of empowerment. Along with , we strive to improve reading abilities among children in Government Primary Schools by establishing school libraries.
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Room to Read Jan 16
Confidence is her game. We're cheering on our ambassador sailing into second round today! Check out her Room to Read fundraising campaign here:
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GPE Jan 16
This year, the world has a decision to make. Here's why 2018 must be the year we recognize the value of education and how it can
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Room to Read Jan 15
Let’s start 2018 strong by committing ourselves to learn better and educate more. #2018 #💪 #📖 .
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ONE Jan 15
Knowing how to read is one of life's most important skills.
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Room to Read Jan 15
Tune into ’s interview on his new on ! “The nonprofit sector needs to run with the focus, efficiency & tenacity of corporate sector. That’s what we do at Room to Read & that's how we’ve benefited >11.6M children.”
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Room to Read Jan 15
Pearl, Room to Read’s four-legged ambassador, is helping guests get active in 2018 w/ neighborhood walks. Pearl will help children learn how to read & write w/ Room to Read. What New Year’s resolutions are you bringing your dog along for?
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Global Citizen Jan 15
Martin Luther King Jr. envisioned a world where his children would "not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character." Let's make his dream a reality 🙌🏿
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Malala Fund Jan 15
Today we honour the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. |
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