Project Literacy’s mission is to make significant and sustainable progress in closing the global literacy gap. To help us achieve this, we’ve developed a Theory of Change, which will guide our decision-making and ensure we’re achieving measurable impact.
To establish an effective evaluation framework, we worked with Results for Development (R4D), a non-profit organization specializing in monitoring and evaluation for international development programs. This will enable us to capture the progress and impact of all Project Literacy partnerships and investments. See below for more details or read our 2015 annual report here.
Measuring our results
Project Literacy is seeing promising results across our three pillars of activity: Raising Awareness & Mobilizing Action; Advancing Best Practice; and Innovating for New Solutions.
Scroll down to see what progress we're making across our partnerships and programs in each of these areas.
More than 453,000 children and 247,000 parents and caregivers are benefiting from literacy programs as a result of Project Literacy
Total program funding
With a primary focus on the United States, United Kingdom, Brazil and India.
Total reach through media
2.8 billion people have seen or engaged with Project Literacy as part of marketing campaigns