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Project Literacy is a global movement convened by Pearson to make significant and sustainable advances in the fight against illiteracy so that all people - regardless of geography, language, race, class, or gender – have the opportunity to fulfill their potential through the power of words.

About Project Literacy

Project Literacy is a global campaign spearhead by Pearson. Its aim is to make significant and sustainable advances in the fight against illiteracy. It will give everyone - regardless of geography, language, race, class, or gender – have the opportunity to fulfill their potential through the power of words.

Official partners include: Worldreader, Room to Read, GOOD Worldwide, Pearson, Reading Partners, Book Aid International, Book Trust, 826 National, Jumpstart, First Book, Raising A Reader, Reading is Fundamental, Reach out and Read, Asia Foundation, Microsoft, the National Literacy Trust, the Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton Foundation’s Too Small To Fail initiative, UNESCO, Unreasonable Group, CENPEC, Results for Development Institute, the Center for Knowledge Societies, Pencils of Promise, War Child UK, Lessons for Life Foundation, Doctors of the World UK, World Literacy Foundation, 28 Too Many, Womankind, The Big Issue, The Hunger Project, Nutrition and Education International, Action on Addiction, Read On. Get On., Feed the Minds, Fight for Peace, Achievement for All, Books Beyond Words, The Institute for Strategic Dialogue, The Hunger Project, NOW, and Veerni Project.

For a full list of partners, please go to the A global partnership page.

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