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On Monday, World Vision announced that its response to the conflict in South Sudan has reached over 500,000 people with assistance since December 2013.
The All Children Reading Grand Challenge is about finding a solution to the problem of childhood illiteracy by leveraging all the tools at our disposal: the power of research, capitalizing on innovation, catalyzing partnerships, and increasing the utilization of science, technology, and 21st century infrastructure.
The article, “All of Me: Engaging the World of Poverty and Injustice” published in the Lausanne Global Analysis, does not accurately reflect World Vision’s position and views toward the State of Israel and the Palestinian people.
Ending extreme poverty is only going to be possible if governments gathered for next week’s post-2015 meeting focus efforts on reaching all children, especially those living in war, fragility and instability, World Vision said Monday.
All Children Reading: A Grand Challenge for Development announces 14 new grantees. The winners represent the most promising innovations in literacy education and were selected from 213 proposals in 50 countries.