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A partnership between Rotary clubs and CoEd
to promote literacy in Guatemala

 
 
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Girls with Textbooks The Guatemala Literacy Project (GLP) is an initiative between Rotary International clubs and the non-profit organization Cooperative for Education (CoEd) to provides badly-needed textbooks, computer labs, scholarships, literacy and training programs to underprivileged children in Guatemala.

The Project has been supported by over 500 Rotary Clubs. To see a list of these clubs, click here. To see a list of individual Rotarians leading the project, click here.

Since 1997, the GLP's sustainable programs have been established in 275 impoverished rural communities. There are over 26,500 students using textbooks at 193 schools. The GLP has also founded 45 self-funding computer centers and 70 primary reading programs. The project is working with the goal of ensuring that no child in Guatemala grows up without the gift of both traditional and technological literacy.