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Reading Action Program Partners

Reading Action Program Partners

Working in collaboration with other organizations is a great way to make the most of existing resources and gain new insights and expertise to have a long-lasting impact in your community. The following are a few organizations that Lions Clubs International is partnering with as part of the Reading Action Program:

For nearly 100 years, Lions have greatly contributed to preventing blindness, restoring eyesight, and improving eye care for hundreds of millions of people worldwide.  The Reading Action Program allows Lions to provide additional assistance to individuals with visual impairments, particularly by focusing on Braille literacy and access to assistive technology.  The following organizations offer many opportunities for Lions to get involved:

You may also consider working with a school or a library to organize joint projects or explore other possible partners in your area.

U.S, Bermuda & The Bahamas
US Public Libraries
Bermuda National Library
Bahamas Ministry of Education


Canada
The Canadian Literacy and Learning Network
Excellence In Literacy Foundation
Canadian Federation of the Blind (CFB)


South America, Central America, Mexico & Islands Of The Caribbean Sea

Universal online Libraries
Development through Libraries in Latin America
Bilingual Books for Kids


Europe
European Database of Libraries
European Schools Project Association


Orient and Southeast Asia
Libraries of Asia Pacific Directory
Asia Education Foundation


India, South Asia, Africa, & The Middle East
India Literacy Project
African Library Project
Ren Africa
PlanetRead / BookBox


Australia, New Zealand, Papua New, Guinea, Indonesia & The Islands of the South Pacific Ocean
Australian Literacy Educators’ Association
New Zealand Literacy Portal

STEP Course: Strengthening Tokples Education in Papua New Guinea

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