Progress on literacy calls for a new way of problem-solving, one that brings together different partners in the common fight against illiteracy. The challenges we face are complex and interconnected. To meet them, we have to find a way to collaborate across business, civil society, and government—and from sectors that we may think have little in common with each other, from economists to health care practitioners to gender activists and teachers.

Over 120 partners

We are so thankful for the support of more than 120 partners who have already joined Project Literacy. They are helping to raise awareness, scale up successful approaches, and promote greater investment in innovative solutions.

Collaborating partners

Collaborating Partners are grantees, co-funders, or sponsors of content or actions related to any awareness or marketing campaigns. They are close thought-partners for Project Literacy and serve as an informal steering committee for the campaign. Additionally these partners are visible leaders and advocates for Project Literacy, co-convene events, and jointly develop programs and projects.

Community partners

Community Partners are organizations aligned with Project Literacy’s mission and have a shared interest in expanding the reach of the Project Literacy movement. Community Partners provide content for, share Project Literacy content through their networks, participate in public education and outreach activities, and serve as Project Literacy ambassadors in their local communities.