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Youth Volunteer Teachers are Giving Children the Edge in Literacy and Numeracy
In Oromia, Ethiopia, 16-year-old Gabrielselassie is encouraging primary school children to stay in school by inspiring them with a love of learning and helping them catch up on basic skills in reading, writing and numeracy.
Why is this teacher encouraging his students to play with their food?
In Rwanda, teachers like Placide at Rwanda’s Intwali Primary School are engaging girls and boys in their science and health classes by extending their learning through interactive games.
Bees Please! Where There’s Honey There’s Hope
13 years old Mohamad lives in Lebanon and is part of a group of budding bee keepers who are bringing life, hope and honey back to their community.
Playing for Acceptance in Thailand
See how the largest play day ever held in Thailand’s Mae La refugee camp brought 700 children together and allowed them to overcome their differences and to discover their similarities.
Power Of Play
Amazing donation by ASICS Europe
ASCIS presented a €500,000 cheque to founder Johann Olav Koss for Right To Play.
Children Are Saying Yes to School and No to Child Labor and Early Marriage
Meet Makamba, Fanta and Ramata. These girls are part of their school’s Child Protection Club and they’re saying yes to school and no to child labor, early marriage and more.
2016 Annual Report
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