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We partner with communities across Asia & Africa to promote literacy and girls' education. World Change Starts with Educated Children.
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Even as develops, no. of trafficked girls is surging due to acute gender imbalance
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Room to Read May 23
Proud to be a partner of . Watch this beautiful video about why we bring words to the world:
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Room to Read May 22
Girls enrollment drops from 71% to 20% by sec school in sub-Saharan Africa
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Room to Read May 22
1.5 million children live and beg in the streets of Pakistan
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Room to Read May 22
only has 1 med school. Now virtual classrooms bringing medical ed to remote areas.
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Room to Read May 22
will explain issues like gender equality & poverty to tweens in new kids' book
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Room to Read May 22
urges free education for girls like our student Tai who became a teacher
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Room to Read May 22
RT : Thanks for sharing a doll with your cute daughter!
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Room to Read May 22
Children of US immigrants from rarely go to college. Is that finally changing?
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Room to Read May 22
How you can graduate from primary school and still be illiterate:
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UNESCO May 21
Susan Hopgood –Students need well-trained, motivated, professionally qualified
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Room to Read May 22
wrapping today. Visionary agenda: Quality, free, public education for all. Let's make it happen!
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Room to Read May 22
Erin Ganju from the couch talks about our roots in Nepal and how we are helping children return to routine.
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Room to Read May 21
Schools not imparting life & work skills needed for 21st century, says
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Room to Read May 21
visit w/ our students is encouraging change in Cambodia!
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Room to Read May 21
Formerly child bride, now 1st college grad in Maasai village where 99% of girls are illiterate
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Room to Read May 21
11 awesomely illustrated kids' books from around the world!
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Room to Read May 21
UPDATE : Thanks to earthquake-resistant design, our classrooms & libraries among only buildings left standing at our partner schools.
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Room to Read May 21
Psychological impact from is esp. hard on children who feel "profoundly unsafe"
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Room to Read May 21
New declaration asks countries to provide "inclusive, equitable, quality education & life-long learning" for all!
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