Only one-third of 10-year-olds globally can understand a simple story. With your support, we help more children read every day.
When a child completes more unique books in a year, they improve vocabulary and reading comprehension, laying down the foundation of all learning. That is why our projects are designed to increase the volume and frequency of reading in a child’s life.
Students in rural Sierra Leone were struggling with learning loss caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. The Read with Us pilot brought digital books to after-school reading clubs to help children read beyond school, and recover learning loss.
highest daily average
reading time reached
completed by students
In Atlanta, Habitat for Humanity works with families who live in traditionally under-resourced areas. Without books in the home, children don’t have enough exposure to reading.
Worldreader provided parents with more than 1400 books, to make reading accessible and fun.
completed by each family
reading on each day
When Covid-19 forced schools in Egypt to close, CARE Egypt wanted to support children’s learning outside the classroom.
Worldreader gave them an all-in-one solution with BookSmart, including a structured reading competition and a virtual learning community.
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minutes a day
more with their children
Worldreader works with partners globally to motivate children and caregivers to complete at least 25 books a year with comprehension, increasing the volume and frequency of reading.
We motivate children to complete at least 25 books a year, so they can improve reading comprehension, socially-emotional learning and digital literacy.
We’ve reached 10 million readers since 2010, who’ve read more than 100 million hours in 52 languages! We started new…
In 2017, nearly 3 million people read digital books from the Worldreader library We launched AvanzaLee, a new project in…
Every $1 invested in a child’s early learning can yield a $4 to $16 dollar return.