The North Raleigh club is one of the many clubs supporting the Guatemala Literacy Project which is on the verge of doing amazing things for potentially over 10,000 students and teachers in Guatemala.

Rotary International President Ian Riseley call this project “the gold standard” of Rotary projects. Out of 4,000 global grants currently active, this project was selected by The Rotary Foundation for a study on scalability. This means The Rotary Foundation is looking to this project as an example that can be copied by other Rotary Clubs in other countries.

In addition, they have been asked to share their teacher-training materials for the Culture of Reading ProgramTextbook Program, and Computer Centers Program with The Rotary Foundation to aid other Rotarians doing projects in the focus area of Basic Education & Literacy.

Posted in Clubs in Service, Education, International Projects.