Innovations Used in the Advancing the Right to Read Program in Rwanda

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Save the Children International,Save the Children Rwanda

This paper focus on  innovative adaptations that were made to Advancing the Right to Read programming (including peer learning circles and model teachers of Kinyarwanda) and discuss: why they resulted, what impact they had and what they have taught Save the Children Rwanda. It outlines the role of innovation in supporting the programme’s ambition for systemic change in favour of children’s literacy skills acquisition, drawing on Save the Children’s definition of innovation as “the development of a novel or disruptive approach, product, program, or partnership that dramatically increases Save the Children’s ability to realize our strategic breakthroughs for children and ensuring all children survive, learn, and are protected from violence.

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