The World Reads: Fathers Incorporated's Global Literacy Initiative
Education is a universally accepted catalyst for societal growth and individual development. However, children's academic success often depends on their parents' involvement in their education, especially their fathers'. Evidence has shown that when fathers are actively engaged in their children's learning, the children show increased academic performance and improved school attendance, and they are more likely to enjoy school.
For Ghana and Kenya, this partnership brings in an evidence-based program with a proven track record. It offers an opportunity to strengthen the role of fathers in education and utilize this often overlooked resource to boost children's literacy levels and overall academic success. Moreover, it elevates the critical conversation around the role of fathers in children's education, empowering communities to create supportive environments for children's learning.