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World Learning has programs in over 100 countries. We’re hard at work improving education, lifting up women and children, wiping out poverty and exclusion, encouraging youth participation, and supporting government accountability. We’re creating the foundations for a better tomorrow.But we don’t do it alone. We work with local experts, organizations, and institutions in respectful, collaborative, and adaptable partnerships. Our local partners value our core strengths in teacher training, workforce development, civic engagement and institution-building to help them drive change.We believe in the importance of context. Each place and story is unique, and our programs are implemented by local experts who are leading the way in their own communities. We support those leaders with local, regional, and international experts who foster an exchange of knowledge and skills across the globe.World Learning’s development programs have bettered the lives of tens of thousands of individuals from many different walks of life.For example, our Quality Instruction Toward Access and Basic Education Improvement project in Lebanon expands access to high quality education in public schools and helps Syrian refugee children integrate into the school system. Another education initiative, The Pakistan Reading Project, builds the reading skills of more than 2.5 million primary school students through teacher training, educational policy reform, and community engagement. In North Africa, The Algeria STEAM Resource and Training Center offers educational programs for youth in science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM) to stimulate innovation, critical thinking, and communication skills. In higher education, The Malawi Scholarship Program offers master’s degree, certificate, and other academic programs for some 800 healthcare workers in order to improve healthcare delivery and management in the country. In Asia, the Leaders Advancing Democracy- Mongolia Program supports the country’s next generation of democratic leaders through training, civic education activities, and international exchanges. Similarly, our Institute for Political and Civic Engagement in Myanmar provides workshops for emerging leaders of diverse backgrounds on fundamental democratic principles and their practical applications, and promotes citizen engagement to foster more representative and accountable governance.