International Literacy Day 2021
8 September 2021
As part of our mission, we want to provide vulnerable communities in Africa with sustainable resources and education. This includes our investment in education in Africa.
International Literacy Day is a reminder that the status of literacy is still a cause for concern and it also reminds us that we need to do more to change this. Within the UN's Sustainable Development goals, they are aiming to improve literacy rates globally, in hopes of furthering the wider objective of eradicating poverty.
We at GSA, have been campaigning, liaising with other groups, and donating to communities to contribute towards improving the literacy rate in Africa.
Education is a basic right.
With our donor's help, we have been able to make an impact in Mobai, Sierra Leone by providing school materials, uniforms, more resources to keep children in education as well as technological devices to bridge the digital divide. We have also been able to be a part of the building and development of a school in Warri, Nigeria, through the Clever Minds Educational Foundation (which you can learn more about here).
How will you take part in improving the literacy rate globally this International Literacy Day?
Tag us on our social media to share what you are doing and get involved in a discussion with others involved.
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Website: https://www.gracesustainsafrica.org/Charity Number: 1189092