Laubach Literacy International (LLI)
Fundación Alfabetizadora Laubach (FAL)
1955, by Dr Frank C Laubach. Original title: Laubach Literacy. Oct 2002, merged with Literacy Volunteers of America to form G-XG9939 - ProLiteracy Worldwide.
Promote adult literacy worldwide, with a special emphasis on women, as a tool for problem solving, community development and social change in underdeveloped countries and US communities; promote basic literacy and English as a second language instruction for general US population through volunteer and basic adult education programs; enable adults and older youths to acquire the necessary listening, speaking, reading, writing, mathematics and technology skills to solve problems encountered in daily life and to participate in transformation of their society.
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Board of Trustees, consisting of Chair, Vice-Chair, Treasurer, Secretary and 16 members. International headquarters in Syracuse NY (USA): International Programs administrative office; Laubach Literacy Action (US program division); New Readers Press (US publishing division). Latin America Regional Program in Medellin (Colombia). Literacy Centers in Colombia, India and Mexico.
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