Posted on February 21, 2012 from img.ly

Uganda - Two children in Nsongya Primary School, in western Uganda arrange letters on the blackboard to form new words as part of the Breakthrough-to-Literacy (BTL) methodology. Supported by UNICEF, BTL is an early education approach that teaches children in their first year of primary school to read and write in their mother tongue within six months. It’s also designed to strengthen parental involvement and encourage the education of girls. ©UNICEF/UGDA01117/Chulho Hyun\n

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Uganda - Two children in Nsongya Primary School, in western Uganda arrange letters on the blackboard to form new words as part of the Breakthrough-to-Literacy (BTL) methodology. Supported by UNICEF, BTL is an early education approach that teaches children in their first year of primary school to read and write in their mother tongue within six months. It’s also designed to strengthen parental involvement and encourage the education of girls. ©UNICEF/UGDA01117/Chulho Hyun