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Shivi Bai is a happy mother. Her only son, Chowhan Ramesh, has reformed and is going to school regularly. Ramesh is a 12-year-old boy...

Soe Meh’s story

"I was born in Loikaw Township, in 1989. I grew up in Daw Kraw Aw village. I stayed there until I was 13 years...

Nepal: How Best to Enhance the Quality of Education?

A Story from Nepal The EFA Global Monitoring Report published in early 2014 reported that around 250 million children do not have basic skills in...

A Passionate Teacher Pays It Forward

"Outside of a one-room wooden school building, you can hear the sound of giggling and children spelling out words in Khmer. There is something...

ASER report 2014: Students moving from public to private schools in...

More parents are opting for their students to go to private schools rather than public ones, revealed the latest edition of the Annual Status...

Migrant schools face closure amid funding plunge

Schools at the Thai-Burma border that cater for migrant children are facing severe operational struggles as funding from international donors falls, according to the...

Living on a Ballpoint Pen in Kabul

Seventy-year-old Mohamad Arif still earns a living in the streets of Kabul. He prepares all kind of documents for those who cannot read or...

Why I teach

"I have always asked myself: as a teacher, what more could I have done for them? What power do I have against my students’...

Literacy lightens lives in Afghanistan

Rafi-u-llah, a patrol officer in Afghanistan’s Laghman province, says that his inability to read was a source of shame that kept him from performing...

In Afghanistan, teaching men that education is not a threat

Many in the international development community focus on the education of women and girls, sometimes to the exclusion of educating men. While I believe...

LITERACY COURSE HAS CHANGED MY LIFE

Daikundi is a remote province in Afghanistan. The people of the province are living in a difficult situation and with scare resources. Provision of...

Georgia: The Children Left Outside The Classroom

Story Source: JAM News ~ Go to Original Article Six-year-old Anano repeats the letters of the Georgian alphabet which her mother taught her. In September...

Whatever Comes At Her — She’s Not Afraid Anymore

"Today, Ashmita wears her confidence like a crown. If football has taught her anything, it is to live up to the challenges the world...

Well-equipped Schools Boost Students’ Learning in Afghanistan

Around 20 little girls are sitting on a carpet making different handmade objects as a young woman continuously guides them through their work. They...

Schoolgirls under increasing attack around the world says UN report

Schools in more than 70 countries were attacked in the past five years - and girls in particular have faced increasing hostility, physical violence...

From Drop-Out to Future Entrepreneur

Panut,* 19, recently completed his non-formal schooling at Yayasan Bina Insan Mandiri (YABIM) this past academic year. YABIM is an NGO that supports disadvantaged...

Computer education to school children through bus service in rural Pune

18 laptops, printers and other computer-based resources, all in a bus will soon be seen whizzing around Zilla Parishad schools in rural Pune. The Digital...

FROM BEING TAUGHT TO TEACHING OTHERS

The following story is a personal account of Shukira, explaining how ELA Programme has changed her life, helping her to improve her life. “I am...

Bina B K’s dream – to be a teacher

Bina BK (Sunar) is very happy that she graduated from Grihini Sichhya organized by Rajpur CLC. She completed 3 years course of adult primary...

Bina Harijan – From FSP to Boarding School

Bina Harijan, daughter of Ram Lakhan Harijan, is studying in grade six in Buddha Light English boarding school. She joined the school after completion...

Myanmar’s non-formal learners: Hard work, hard lessons, and hope through education

UNESCO Bangkok recently visited schools that are part of the pilot three-year Non-Formal Middle School Education (NFME) project in Myanmar, which targets 14 to 16-year-old children who do not have access to formal education...

‘Education for All’ Guides CLC Headmaster’s Amazing Journey

“Education is endless, so wherever there are out of school children, I cannot stop.” - Samadthachai Pungpong At 17, Samadthachai Pungpong set off on a...

Building Life Skills and Self-Confidence

Chhoun La is a 16-year-old girl who lives in Prey Veng Province, Cambodia. Though she is young, Chhoun has faced many hardships. In school,...