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AIFA Reading Society 2h
A Special invitation of The AIFA Reading Society by Okesuna Junior Secondary School to mark . It was an opportunity to Give the Gift of Reading to the teachers. Teachers should not be left out. Thanks to
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AIFA Reading Society 2h
Organising brain teaser Essay Competition for students at Okesuna Junior Secondary School, Lagos Island. Topic "A LETTER TO MY FUTURE SELF." Follow up to see our winners. Still in celebration of ... cheers!
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AIFA Reading Society 35m
The Principal and Teachers of Okesuna Junior School with a representative of the AIFA Reading Society. Give the Gift of Reading
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The Crater Library and Publisher Sep 7
Literacy is a bridge from misery to hope - Kofi Anan
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UQP Sep 4
Happy ! To show our support for the and their important work nurturing readers in remote communities, UQP will donate a book for every like and retweet of this post. Help fill some bookshelves and share the reading love across Australia! 📚☺️
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Fraser Cargill Sep 4
Great to hear ILF lifetime ambassadors Justine Clarke and Josh Pyke @ Words make the world go around
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USAID Soma Umenye Sep 8
The yesterday Literacy Walk from Marriot to the Literacy Fair (Downtown). The fair continues until this evening: fun activities and books to read and/or to buy. U can still join us and bring children! "Read a book, write your future!”
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Foreign Office 🇬🇧 Sep 8
There are 750 million illiterate adults across the world. Two thirds of them are women. This has to change. The UK is committed to making sure all girls receive the education they deserve
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Alison Whittaker Sep 4
If you're short on 💸 or your local is sold out, are giving away copies of BLAKWORK for !
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Literacy for Life Sep 4
It's . Pls retweet to support 176 adult students that have learnt to read and write. This year we hope to help number 200!
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Millie Baylis Sep 4
Hey today is a great day to buy a great book by one of these incredible Indigenous women as a present for someone or for yourself! 10% goes to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation for
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Tonile Sep 4
Today I dusted off my bookselling skills for a wonderful cause and it was excellent
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SDG2030 Sep 7
. thanks for supporting Literacy and skills development It explores integrated approaches for development of literacy and skills, to ultimately improve life, work and contribute to equitable and sustainable societies
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Rwanda Children's Books Organisation (RCBO) Sep 7
Happening now: formal celebration of the with the theme: Read a book, write your future!
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Rwanda Reads Sep 8
Happening now behind the town bus park! Come check out the Literacy Expo 🤩
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Ghana Library Authority Sep 7
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USAID Mureke Dusome Sep 4
Only 2 more days until the Literacy Expo!! 😎📚
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ILF Sep 6
To celebrate yesterday, we were so proud to launch this book, Deadly Sisters of Worawa - a fantastic collection of powerful stories & poetry written by 13 young women from Worawa Aboriginal College. Order your copy today!
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Khalid Usman 🇵🇰 Sep 8
Libraries are the most cool places and Librarians are the most cool peoples of the world. if agree!
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Dr Anita Heiss Sep 5
Just checked out here and on instagram and I’m blown away by the number of schools, businesses and organisations who participated in our celebration of literacy, language, storytelling & culture yesterday. This is the kind of Australia that makes me proud.
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