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World Vision and DepEd's “Brigada Pagbasa”

In celebration of the National Literacy Month this September and in preparation for November’s National Reading Month, World Vision Development Foundation in partnership with the Department of Education (DepEd) launches Brigada Pagbasa, a movement that seeks to enhance the reading skills of the Filipino children. The project, an extension of the Brigada Eskwela campaign that promotes community participation in time for school opening, will bring together experts, change makers, policy-makers, and other stakeholders across all sectors from international and local agencies, as well as public and private organizations to spread reading literacy among Filipino children. World Vision Philippines Executive Director Mr. Rommel Fuerte (left) and DepEd ESQ External Partnerships Service Undersecretary Mr. Tonisito M.C. Umali (right) forged their partnership to enhance the reading skills of the Filipino children through the Brigada Pagbasa program. To make this happen, World

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