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Screenshot of video below by One on behalf of  Education for Refugees 

This is a literacy post for Women’s Education Partnership

Some of the participants in the video 

This powerful two – minute video brings together young and older  volunteers from all walks of life. They are hypnotized into believing they can no longer read or write. How do they cope? How would you cope? 

One’s copyright authorities kindly gave us permission to feature this video.


Some of our literacy workers designing a small income-generating project to be discussed with our participants during their literacy circles.

http://www.womenseducationpartnership.orgInterested in learning more or supporting our work?  Visit Women’s Education Partnership

Women’s Education Partnership  carries out vital work to transform women’s lives through literacy.  See Literacy Circles in Action to to learn how literacy changes lives. See Voices to learn how literacy empowers both women and their communities. See Grandmother’s School to learn how older women can inspire literacy in their communities.  See The Power of Folktales to learn how our literacy work draws on the wealth of knowledge of local communities and serves to enrich and develop those communities. 


The joy of learning practical literacy and numeracy skills

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