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Support International Literacy Day 2015 with REACH
The earlier a child learns to read, the better their chances of succeeding in school and becoming productive citizens.
Won't you support International Literacy Day with us on Tuesday, September 8, by sharing why reading is important to you?
This year, REACH is asking for your help to ensure citizens around the world get the assistance they need to read. To find out how your voice can be joined with others around the globe, download the social media action packet and share why reading is important on your social media account. Be sure to include #AllChildrenRead and tag @urcchs and @gblreadingntwk on Twitter.
Be a part of International Literacy Day. Share why reading is important to you.
REACH, a USAID-funded project managed by URC, is dedicated to equipping early-grade practitioners, ministries of education, and others with the evidence and tools they need to ensure that all children read.
August 25, 2015