Teach the World to Read

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Our partners in Aboriginal and Indigenous literacy

Teach the World to Read has teamed with both worldwide and local aid agencies, as well as charities and schools to help underprivileged communities achieve sustainable literacy.

 World Literacy Foundation believes that education is the key to fighting poverty. Making free and quality education available to each and every one of the world's children will enable poverty to be conquered once and for all, and will improve the living standards for millions around the globe.
 USAID is the key funding agency of the US Government. It works with Global partners to devise and research ways of improving outcomes in under-privileged communities throughout the world. USAID and its partners use Teach the World to Read's program in Liberia and Rwanda.
 Research Triangle Institute (RTI) For more than five decades, RTI has conducted thousands of projects for hundreds of government and private-sector clients around the world. RTI developed the Early Grade Reading Assessment (EGRA) program, which uses the Teach the World to Read program.
 Association of Baptists for World Evangelism (ABWE) carries out a wide variety of discipleship-evangelism ministries using methods that are biblical, effective and culturally appropriate. In countries that restrict traditional missionary activity, AWBE engages in educational, medical, humanitarian, literature and development projects
EDC advances domestic education programs that span pre-K through grade 12 and beyond on such topics as mathematics, science, technology, literacy, media literacy, early childhood education, special education, workforce development, and leadership development.
World Reader gives kids in the developing world access to digital books. Using e‑readers loaded with thousands of local and international e-books, WorldReader provides children the books they want and need, so they can improve their lives.
   Aboriginal Literacy Foundation provides  educational support to Aboriginal children in  Australia. The support range from printing culturally suitable books for reading, through to assistance with school-based literacy.
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