The World Literacy Foundation’s Youth Ambassador Program is now in its fourth cycle, following the immense success of the previous three years. This program aims to provide people aged 14-24, from almost 70 countries around the world, with the tools to advocate for literacy and education in their communities. The lessons learned throughout the program will equip Youth Ambassadors with the skills and knowledge to become young leaders and inspire their peers to promote the importance of fostering a more literate society.
The World Literacy Foundation believes the power for long-term change lies in the hands of our youth and they are committed to elevating young leaders for positive change. In an increasingly globalized world, it is important to unite like-minded individuals from every country to work for a single cause: ERADICATE ILLITERACY AROUND THE WORLD!
Meet ten of the 750 inspiring WLF Youth Ambassadors and read about the important work they are doing in the fight against illiteracy.