Posted on Sep 08, 2017
If you can read this post, you are fortunate that you can read but there are many persons in the world today who cannot read. The Rotary club of Eleuthera will conduct reading sessions in the schools on Eleuthera this month.
International Literacy Day History
The International Literacy Day was decided by the UNESCO at 7th of November in the year 1965 to celebrate it 8th of September every year which was celebrated first time in the year 1966. It was started celebrating all over the world to emphasize the great importance of the literacy to the individuals, society and communities. The day is celebrated specially to rememorize the status of the literacy and adult education to the international community.