> Save the Children > First Read Rwanda: Children Aged 0-6 Years (Endline)
In 2014-2015, Save the Children International Rwanda piloted First Read, a new program focusing on developing emergent literacy skills in children aged 0-6, in three sectors of Rwanda’s Ngororero district.
Author: Lauren Pisani, Caroline Dusabe, Monique Abimpaye
Organization: Save the Children
Date: February 2, 2016
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