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Charitable giving to education partners
World Vision Australia and Oxford University Press
Our donation of books to World Vision Australia has helped to impact the lives of children in Malawi. Through World Vision’s Unlock Literacy project a total of 22,350 children are learning to perfect their English through the donated OUP books to practice and enhance their knowledge and skills in reading and writing English.
In Australia, the books have reached the Pilbara and Kimberley regions as part of World Vision’s ‘Unlock Literacy’ program and COVID-19 response project.
Impact in Malawi
- World Vision is working with 282 Primary Schools in Malawi where 122, 168 boys and 125, 132 girls are benefiting from its interventions
- World Vision is working in all 29 districts in Malawi through 36 long terms development programs and other grant funded projects
- 9,735 books distributed
- 2,234 boys have directly benefitted
- 4,719 girls have directly benefitted
- 11,970 books distributed
- 2,136 boys have directly benefitted
- 5,293 girls have directly benefited