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  • A reading session in a mosque in Karak
  • Children holding stories that we have developed
  • During the test that measures the read aloud effect on empathy in children
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We Love Reading in a EuroNews documentary

We Love Reading in a EuroNews (http://www.euronews.com/2014/...

Dr.Rana Dajani speaks at DISRUPT

Dr.Rana Dajani speaks about the Journey of WLR at DISRUPT,wh...

Lecture about WLR in Montreal

Lecture about WLR in Montreal

Dr Dajani gave a talk about We Love Reading at the Arab Deve...

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Success Stories

Men Storytellers

The percentage of men trained as WLR storytellers is smaller than the percentage of women. However those few young men are tapping into unknown territories and discovering things that seem unusual in the eyes of society and outside their own comfort zones. The young men trained in Za’atari have proved to be more efficient than some of the women trained, more capable of holding ...

Success Stories from Za'atari Camp

Success Stories from Za'atari Camp

• Adults ask storytellers to read to them too. • Number of children in a reading sessions has jumped from 15 to 56 in a few weeks. • The children borrow books from IRD libraries in the camp and choose the titles that they like. • The effects of reading aloud to children in Za’atari: The children became more confidence and overcame shyness They are more cooperative among eac...

Asma'a's Story from Za'atari Camp

Asma'a's Story from Za'atari Camp

Asma’a Rashed is a Syrian woman who was trained with WLR on the art of reading aloud to children in May, 2014. Asma’a has always lived in Dar’a, Syrian, but has been living in Za’atari Camp in Mafraq, Jordan for a year because of the crisis in Syria. Since day one of the training, Asma’a has shown great enthusiasm for the idea of reading aloud to children. Two days after the tr...

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