At the 2014 Christmas Luncheon Randy had the pleasure of presenting his reflection (with an ode to Charles Dickens) to his fellow Rotarians. Embodying the ghost of Christmas past Randy shared with guests this story “The Paradox of Our Time and the Gift of Literacy”   Two years ago, thanks to a donation to Restore...

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@muddledYEG “Why is literacy so important to me?  Literacy – in its broadest definition – is the keystone that unlocks opportunity for individuals.  It matters immensely because research shows that higher literacy rates correlate to better socioeconomic, health, and quality of life outcomes.  In an increasingly fragmented world, literacy – the capacity to share and...

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We`ve been hard at work on the ground in Belize, promoting literacy training. Check out this short video and see for yourself what that looks like! Follow us on Twitter and join the conversation to find out how you can make a...

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Watch this great video where volunteer Executive Director Randy Boissonault explains why literacy work is so important and how Literacy Without Borders intends to make a difference in Belize. Follow us on Twitter @LWBASF for more updates!...

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  Wondering whats’s been happening on the ground in Belize in the last few months?  Literacy Without Borders has been supporting literacy in Belize and here is the latest: Literacy Without Borders Leads Training for Academy of Reading Expansion in Belize Based on the recent success of a number of Computer Assisted Literacy Sites in...

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On June 17, 2013, the Rotary Club of Edmonton chose Literacy Without Borders’ Southside Belize City project as their three-year international legacy project which will run from 2014 – 2017. This exciting new direction for the Rotary Club of Edmonton will leverage this Club’s proven track record of Inner-City development to revitalize community and educational...

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LWB is pleased to announce that an Education and Infrastructure Proposal for Southside Belize City has made it to the finalist stage.  This $500,000 USD proposal would begin July 1 2014 and run until June 30 2017.  Details on the proposal may be found by clicking on SouthSide Belize Proposal. Volunteer Board Chair Marcela Mandeville...

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Literacy Without Borders and Restore Belize are pleased to announce that training on the Academy of Reading and the Academy of Math is underway in Belize. Thanks to a gift from the Government of China (Taiwan), and the foresight of Restore Belize, the Government of Belize was able to secure 100 computers and a Master Licence...

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Check out these videos from our recent literacy training institute in Belize. Special thanks to Love TV for profiling us!      ...

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What a great wrap-up to our 3 day training institute! LoveTV and Radio Belize came and sang Twinkle Twinkle Little Star with us at our Rhymes That Bind training session and we were featured on the Channel 5 news. Read the article from Channel 5 below or view it here. Literacy Without Borders terrific work in...

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Literacy Without Borders fosters the development of global citizens, creates lifelong literacy ambassadors, and helps improve literacy levels in families and individuals in developing countries and here at home.

We are enjoying success in the establishment of programming in Belize. A recent investment by the Government of China (Taiwan) is enabling LWB to work with country partners to fund permanent and temporary sites of the Computer Assisted Literacy Program.

For more information on CALS in Belize, please click on the video to the right.

Learn more about our program and how you can get involved.

 

You can help expand our programming by making a donation on our Donate page! We appreciate your support!