Dispurse and District Municipality of Chetilla sign an agreement to combat illiteracy
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According to a 2019 national report of Peru, there are 3 million indigenous women whose fundamental rights are violated.
When we ten years ago started our journey to develop a digital education for adults with limited school experience, we realized that it would not be an easy task as the target group often has limited access to educated teachers, support and infrastructure.
Ruth Anastacio, Operations Manager at Dispurse in Peru, is interviewed for the program "Escuela Abierta" about the problem of illiteracy in rural Peru. NOTE: only in Spanish.
Official sources state that 25% of women over the age of 15 in rural Peru cannot read or write.
Dispurse expands to new locations in Peru.
A recently published report from UNESCO, UNICEF and the World Bank clearly shows that the pandemic has negatively affected children's reading ability...