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How do we change what communities think about girls’ education in rural Uganda?

Posted Thursday September 01, 2016 by Adrienne Gregory

Reflections on girls’ education from our Country Manager, Samuel Obina Women and...

Reflections on girls’ education from our Country Manager, Samuel Obina Women and girls, especially in developing countries, lag behind men and boys, mostly due to limited education caused by poverty...

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How do we change what communities think about girls’ education in rural Uganda?

Learning to Read as an Adult

Posted Saturday August 15, 2015 by Adrienne Gregory

In her own words one of our adult learner shares her journey...

In her own words one of our adult learner shares her journey of learning to read and how its made her a leader in her community. ‘My name is Susan....

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Learning to Read as an Adult

Teachers and parents leading the way

Posted Wednesday April 15, 2015 by Adrienne Gregory

Last month we featured one of the teachers connected to our Mother...

Last month we featured one of the teachers connected to our Mother Tongue project in Uganda. She talked about the difference the project has made to students. Now, after our...

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Teachers and parents leading the way

Preparing Students for the Future

Posted Monday December 22, 2014 by Adrienne Gregory

How do you know what you want to be as an adult?...

How do you know what you want to be as an adult? How do you know what your options are? A good education should prepare you for going out of...

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Preparing Students for the Future