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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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Today for , let's come together to remember and celebrate his wisdom, work and courage for equality! Check out 3 ways Room to Read is extending Nelson Mandela's REACH in South Africa:
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Important and necessary documentary! It takes courage to stand up against sexual and domestic violence. Women and girls in are making strides to advance gender equality in their communities and confront their abusers.
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In an increasingly digitized world, the LearnSmart literacy apps help students in the Phillipines to learn their local languages. We need more of this!
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The climate movement cannot succeed without an urgent upsurge in women’s leadership across the world.
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Room to Read Jul 17
We owe it to the next generation of children in developing communities to make education more accessible. We need to take action and prioritize an . Take action here:
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Room to Read Jul 17
Imagine a world where every single child can read and write and girls are empowered to achieve their dreams. Since 2000, over 16.8 million children have been impacted by Room to Read programs. And we're not done yet.
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Global Citizen Jul 17
The young girls are treated as if they are disposable.
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Room to Read Jul 17
Education can empower an entire community. In Uganda and Zambia, 720 students are now able to attend school thanks to Promoting Equality in African Schools (PEAS).
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Room to Read Jul 16
Your favorite authors have a few ideas on what you should read this summer. Check them out!
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Lisa Ellwood Jul 16
On Friday, will begin 320km Paris🚲London to give every child the chance to learn to read 🚲📚 Every £€ you donate goes direct to to build schools and libraries. Don’t know a rider? Pick one at random
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Room to Read Jul 16
“Having the potential to speak more than three languages gives a student international and multi-cultural diversity and competitiveness." Lovely take on the importance of a multilingual education in Rwanda!
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Room to Read Jul 16
Learn from a local author in how a passion for reading can transform a child's life and their community.
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Geetha Murali Jul 15
Currently, there are 130 million girls worldwide that are not in school, this translates to a loss of $92 billion to their local economies. Yes the money is important, but that's also 130 million girls without the resources to reach their potential.
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Room to Read Jul 16
For children, an can help them to become more rooted in their identities and advocate for their community:
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Room to Read Jul 15
In 2018, more children's books with animals main characters were published than children's books featuring a Black, Latinx, Native, or Asian child. This is why we work so hard to publish books...children need to be represented in the books they love.
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Room to Read Jul 15
Your every mile counts so much in the lives of the children we reach. Thank you always for your commitment!
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TechBikers Jul 15
Our is raising funds for . Every €£ you donate gives more children the chance to learn to read 📚 On Friday, we’re 320km from Paris🚲London. Every donation makes a big difference. Pick a name at random 🙏 🙏
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Room to Read Jul 15
Aisha, 16, from Tanzania dreams of becoming a successful businesswoman. Thanks to Financial Education and Life Skills training, she has the opportunity to make her dream a reality!
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Room to Read Jul 15
Phetpasa, a Senior Girls' Education Program Officer, finds herself in the girls that she helps to empower in Xay District in Vietnam. Here's what inspired her to make a change in girls' lives:
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UN Women Jul 15
There are now more women CEOs of companies than ever before, but they still represent just 6.6% of Fortune 500 chief executives.
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