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Holyhill Literacy Centre (HLC)…creating a non-formal pathway of learning for the rural poor

Holyhill Literacy Centre (HLC)…creating a non-formal pathway of learning for the rural poor

Fatima Umar is a 40-year-old business woman dealing in fabrics and kitchen utensils. Her highest level of education is her first school (primary school), leaving certificate. She can barely speak, read or write in English. Fati as she is fondly called is one of the very many women in Garki Village of the Federal Capital

Manchester to host next World Summit on Media for Children in 2017

The event takes place once in three years. 1500 delegates from around the world will attend and see the latest goings on in media for children. The summit will take place in December 2017, with a theme ‘The Universal Needs of Children’. It will look at empowerment, learning, entertainment, connection and protection through talks, masterclasses,

Camera, action! Promoting expression through film

By Sam Waller KAMPOT, Cambodia, 16th June, 2015: Someone is balanced atop a pillar, with their video camera poking out between palm branches. Another young person sprawls out on the floor, to get their lens as close as possible to the ground. A group of three deaf students discuss their next shot using Cambodian Sign

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