International Literacy Day 2023

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For over 50 years, the world has celebrated International Literacy Day on September 8. The day is an acknowledgement of the essential role that literacy plays in allowing people to succeed.


Anera is proud of its many years of dedication to providing basic literacy courses that have supported and continue to support hundreds on their journey to learn to read, write and count. Literacy is the key to self-development to finding opportunities and to live a better life. Let us always celebrate new skills that enable individuals and society to build a better future.


Literacy Day 2022

How do you navigate a city when you can’t rely on street signs or written directions? How do you ensure your prescriptions are filled correctly and taken properly? How do you read to your children at night?

From job applications to family WhatsApp group chats (and even this message!), literacy affects nearly every aspect of life. Anera’s basic math and literacy courses provide young people in Lebanon with the reading and writing skills they need to live independently and access opportunities.


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