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ghana literacy news 11/07/2018 -  Stakeholders gather to break down barriers to girls’ education in Ghana
Stakeholders gather in Accra to study the roadblocks to education for vulnerable girls across the country, as well as how to increase access and achievement in education.
Jounral of AIDS Care 06/11/2018 -  World Education staff publish on impact of maternal mental health on HIV-exposed infants in Zimbabwe
New study in the journal AIDS Care contributes to the global learning on the impact of HIV-positive mothers on their infants
Patience Ndlovu Presenting On DREAMS 06/08/2018 -  A Conversation about PEPFAR's DREAMS Partnership Features World Education's Patience Ndlovu
The Center for Global Development's event in Washington DC highlights the successes and challenges of the DREAMS partnership.
Girl using tablet with Cambodia TEST project 06/06/2018 -  Teaching Early Literacy through Mobile Learning Interventions in Cambodia
All Children Reading: A Grand Challenge for Development recently published an external evaluation and blog post about World Education’s mobile learning interventions to improve early literacy teaching and learning in Cambodia.
Senegal women's leadership program participant 06/04/2018 -  Radio Network Supported By World Education Featured In Al Jazeera
World Education has supported a women-run, multilingual community radio network that highlights issues of importance - including peace building - in the community.
Young woman taking courses on her computer 05/09/2018 -  How Tech Can Bridge the Employment Opportunity Gap
World Education’s education technology and workplace development expertise was recently highlighted in a blog article published by Walmart Today.
International Women's Day 03/08/2018 -  Celebrating International Women's Day
March 8th marks International Women’s Day, a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women.
non-formal education and lifelong learning conference Kathmandu Dec. 29, 2017 01/05/2018 -  Nepali Government and Stakeholders Rally Behind Non-Formal Education
On Friday, December 29, World Education jointly hosted a meeting to discuss strategies for further integrating non-formal education and lifelong learning into education policies across Nepal.
Government-run schools in remote areas of Bajura improve student experience. 12/12/2017 -  World Education Supports Increased Enrollment in Nepali School District
In recent years, government-run schools in remote areas of Bajura have reshaped teaching practices to improve student experience with the help of World Education.
Massimo Lowicki-Zucca 11/20/2017 -  World Education's Massimo Lowicki-Zucca featured in "Learning with Humentum"
Massimo Lowicki-Zucca, chief of party of the Better Futures project in Uganda, talks about his career path, training, and developing a culture among his team.