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application/pdfAdvancing the Right to Read in Rwanda Programme ReviewIn 2013, Save the Children, in partnership with Umuhuza, launched its Education Signature Programme in Rwanda, Advancing the Right to Read, to help address fundamental learning challenges in Rwanda by providing a continuum of holistic interventions for children from birth through early primary school. Advancing the Right to Read supports emergent and early-grade literacy skills development through teacher training, family support for learning from the earliest years, strengthening school and community leadership, and supporting the local publishing industry to increase availability and access to high quality Kinyarwanda age appropriate children’s books.01/07/20161MB
application/pdfEarly Literacy Promotion in RwandaOpportunities and Obstacles 09/11/20152MB
application/pdfExec. Summary of Public Awareness of Early Literacy Baseline29/10/20153MB
application/pdfEarly Literacy KAP Survey29/10/20151MB
application/pdfLB Midline Report Final29/10/2015850KB
application/pdfRCBI Final Evaluation Report29/10/20153MB
application/pdfRCBI Endline Dissemination RCBI Evaluation Results, May-201529/10/2015524KB
application/pdfELMI Endline Flyer 29/10/20151MB
application/pdfPre-Primary Position Paper Emergent Literacy is one of the most important foundation abilities children must develop before beginning Primary School29/10/2015773KB
application/pdfEarly Grade Reading Position PaperPromoting Early Reading in the Revised Primary Kinyarwanda Curriculum 29/10/2015740KB
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