Archive for the ‘literacy’ Category

Founder Toni Neubauer Awarded Dr. Dilli Raman Regmi International Peace Award by Nepalese Ministry of Education

On behalf of READ Global and READ Nepal, Dr. Antonia (Toni) Neubauer was awarded the 2019 Dr. Dilli Raman Regmi International Peace Award on July 13, 2020 during a ceremony […]

This Center Is Completely Self-Sustaining

When a visitor enters the Panauti READ Center’s charming wooden Nepali doors, they notice cheerful children interacting with engaged adults and seniors, and young women leading their peers through health […]

This Is Cause For Celebration!

With International Literacy Day coming and going earlier this week (be sure to check out our inspiring Profiles of Empowerment if you haven’t already), we’re so proud of our READ […]

A Year of Growth, Happiness, and Reading in Bhutan

“You must read about everything around you – not just subjects that interest you. You must learn about current events, history, science, culture and people around the world- the pursuit […]

How education impacts women’s leadership in India

This January, the Indian State of Rajasthan passed an executive order barring anyone with less than eight years of formal education from running for election for head of village council […]

A Library for my Village in Bhutan for National Reading Year

This is a guest post by blogger Passang “Passu” Tshering about the inauguration of National Reading Year in Bhutan in 2015, and the launch of the Yangthang READ Center. The […]

Education in Nepal – A 30-Year Retrospective

When I first trekked up to the beautiful blue pilgrimage lake of Gosainkund in Nepal in 1984, the national literacy rate was about 33% (less for women), and the average […]

READ Nepal Recognized for Best Practices in Literacy – Library of Congress

READ Nepal was recognized this September for best practices in literacy by the Library of Congress Literacy Award. A Best Practices publication was produced to highlight outstanding work of organizations. […]

Early Childhood Education in India – Rural Playschool

This blog post was written by Reema Ahuja, School In-Charge of the READ India Playschool. More than 80% of brain growth occurs between birth and age six in a child. […]

How Public Libraries Can Support Community Literacy

This article originally appeared at Beyond Access. READ Global and IREX are both collaborators of the Beyond Access initiative. As the starting point for access to information, opportunity and advancement, […]

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