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Harka Maya and Helen Sherpa WEI Nepal small news photo 11/15/2017 -  New blog highlights long-term impact of education in Nepal
A World Education literacy program supported by USAID in the 1990s changed one Nepali woman’s life, paving the way for a political career.
Sidekim Award 11/08/2017 -  World Education's Partner, Sidekim Foods, was Awarded a Business Leader Award
World Education has partnered with Sidekim Foods, a catering company based in Lynn, MA, to teach English to Sidekim employees who have limited English.
Roopshree Joshi speaking at Boston University 11/03/2017 -  World Education Nepal Expert Talks about Trafficking at Boston University
Roopshree Joshi, World Education Nepal program coordinator, participated in a panel by The Initiative on Forced Migration and Human Trafficking, a research initiative at the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University.
Ghana girls 10/12/2017 -  Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves Spotlights Two Peer Leaders from World Education Ghana program
World Education's work in Ghana educating schoolchildren about clean cookstoves has been featured by the Alliance for Clean Cookstoves
Jordan schoolchildren 10/02/2017 -  World Education gender gap study cited in The Atlantic
An article in The Atlantic looks at the learning gap among girls and boys in schools in the Middle East
WEI Nepal featured in World Bank's report 09/27/2017 -  World Education’s Work in Nepal Featured in World Bank Report
World Education early-grade reading intervention in Nepal featured in World Bank-commissioned report
Cambodian students in Pearn Rong Commune 08/16/2017 -  World Education Receives World Bank Funding for Cambodia Reach for Reading program
World Education has received a $500,000 award from the World Bank for the Reach for Reading program, which will improve both accountability and transparency in the book supply chain in Cambodia.
Woman collecting bricks at brick factory in Nepal 08/10/2017 -  Combating Human Trafficking in Nepal
World Education’s work to prevent human trafficking and support survivors of trafficking was recently highlighted by The Nepali Times.
Children with CBE certificates thumbnail 07/16/2017 -  World Education project in Ghana highlighted for transitioning out-of-school children to school
More than 1,000 out-of-school children in the Tolon District of Ghana have transitioned to school.
Early Childhood Education Program in Ghana 07/10/2017 -  World Education Co-Sponsors Early Childhood Education Program in Ghana
World Education co-sponsored the first-ever project work exhibition at Adentan Community Kindergarten School in Ghana.