literacy

Apply Now: $100,000 in UNESCO International Literacy Prizes

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Apply Now: $100,000 in UNESCO International Literacy Prizes

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The Blind Spot of SMS Projects: Constituent Illiteracy

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USAID Request for Proposals: All Children Reading Grand Challenge for Development

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID), and World Vision (collectively referred to as the “Founding Partners”) are seeking game-changing innovations with the potential to dramatically improve reading skills and low literacy rates among primary grade children.

Yoza Excites African Teenagers to Love Reading Using Mobile Phones

We've all heard the hype about eReaders bringing digital books to the masses. But often those "masses" are high-end consumers in the developed world who are reading for leisure and pleasure. So what about the developing world? And specifically teenagers, who have yet to find pleasure or leisure in reading? Books will not be the answer.

SMS tackles farmer literacy in Niger

In this, the sixteenth in our series of FrontlineSMS guest posts, Joshua Haynes – a Masters student at The Fletcher School at Tufts University – describes their application of the software to help improve the lives of farmers in Niger, West Africa

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