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Notes From the Field: Alesha Anderson, ProLiteracy’s Senior International Programs Officer  
Posted by Alesha Anderson on August 24, 2022 in categoryStories from the Field

Earlier this month I had the pleasure of representing ProLiteracy for the launch of a new women’s education program in Panama. ProLiteracy will be working with two local nonprofit organizations: Centro de Estudios y Acción Social Panameño (CEASPA) and Coordinadora Nacional de Mujeres Indígenas de Panamá (CONAMUIP). ProLiteracy will assist with administration, management, training, and material development. 


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Literacy Empowers Entrepreneurial Women in Mexico
Women's Empowerment Through Literacy

As a way to nurture economic development and combat poverty in Guanajuato, ProLiteracy partnered with PLAMAC to expand a learning project using a proven business education curriculum called the Exito! (Success) in PLAMAC’s Savings Clubs.

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2018-2019 International Literacy Projects
Posted by Alesha Anderson on June 20, 2018 in categoryFacts & ResearchcategoryStories from the Field


This year, thanks to donations from individual donors and foundations, we were able to provide $60,000 for nine literacy programs in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East.

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How Well Do You Know Women’s Issues?
Posted by Alesha Anderson on March 06, 2017 in categoryWomen's Empowerment

Our pledge is to continue providing literacy services to women who need them, while trying to find new ways to reach women who are not receiving services. We believe that literacy is a critical foundation to achieve gender equality. Please show your support for women around the world by taking our quiz to test your knowledge about women’s literacy and gender equality. Share your results on social media and encourage others to support gender equality through literacy.


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Notes from the Field - Visiting India Part 1

Visiting India

While parts of the Indian society are thriving with the country’s economic expansion, but larger portions still remain in extreme poverty. ProLiteracy supports literacy programs within the poorest segments of India’s population where lower caste and tribal...


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