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With the end of the first round of the 2nd cycle of quality children's story book development projects in Indonesia with Room to Read “Scaling Quality Learning for Children

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Cluster VI Rendang Karangasem Becomes the Base for the Growing of Classroom Reading Corners
Yayasan Literasi Anak Indonesia (YLAI) in cooperation with Education Department of Youth and Sport of Rendang District, Karangasem, is helping to foster a reading culture
Case Study in West and South West Sumba, Indonesia
Implementation of an Early Grade Reading Intervention in 20 Selected Pilot Schools in West and South West Sumba, Indonesia 1 July 2018 – 30 June 2020 Aprile Denise Literacy Advisor
A Culture of Reading Emerges in a Remote School in West Sumba
By: Aprile Denise, Literacy Advisor, Yayasan Literasi Anak Indonesia The ride through untamed forest and magnificent hillside views took nearly 2 hours as we forded a small river
The Magic of School Libraries in Papua
by Joel Bacha, Accelerator Project Director, Room to Read Getting off the plane in Sorong in March, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I was there to visit schools involved
Cepuk Flies Everywhere
Can a book take you to fly far into the land of mystery? Of course, it can! And that's what happened to me. It all started with the suggestion
Training on Child-Friendly Library of Denpasar City
Yayasan Literasi Anak Indonesia is continuously working to improve students’ literacy skills through improving students’ reading habits. The effort is done with the development of child-friendly libraries
Working From The Heart
Made Yudiarta Pak Made is one of 12 inspiring librarians in the Badung regency. The turning point of his profession happened when he started to know Yayasan Literasi Anak Indonesia
On the Monitoring Program of Child-Friendly Libraries in the Land of Papua - Part 2
The visit of Yayasan Literasi Anak Indonesia (YLAI) team to Tanah Papua for a week-long monitoring and support of children-friendly libraries to schools spread over 6 districts has ended.
Hand In Hand In Growing The Reading Habit In Badung Regency
After the success of developing 12 child-friendly libraries in Badung Regency in the first cycle, this year YLAI again works together with the Department of Education, Youth and Sports
On The Monitoring Program of Child-Friendly Libraries in The Land of Papua– Part 1
The grey skies did not prevent Yayasan Literasi Anak Indonesia (YLAI) team conducting monitoring and support visits to child-friendly libraries in pilot schools of Tanah Papua.
Child-Friendly Library In Denpasar
Yayasan Literasi Anak Indonesia continues to develop the habit and love of reading among elementary school students. Yayasan Literasi Anak Indonesia (YLAI) in collaboration with the Department of Education