A Look at what has been accomplished

School supply kits provided for rural elementary students.

Families now with access to clean water.

Farmers trained in innovative agricultural methods.

People received medical care through rural mobile medical clinics.

People received financial services of savings and loans.

Graduates of literacy classes.

Local agricultural cooperatives formed and trained in agricultural methods.

Minority language communities engaged in language research development.

Strengthening a Community: One book at a time

Imagine your neighborhood library shelving every single book that exists in English. Millions and millions of titles covering thousands of topics. Unfortunately, much of the world does not have access to written material in their own language. Due to lack of funding, oppression, or outright denial of their existence, many minority language speakers around the world have never even seen a book in their language. Children who attend school must learn in a second or third language. Communities are cut off from the exchange of information and ideas in global society. ILAD is changing this reality.

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