International Literacy Day, observed on September 8th, highlights the transformative power of education and literacy.

Literacy empowers individuals with knowledge, job opportunities, and self-expression.

Global literacy challenges persist, especially in developing countries, due to poverty and gender inequality.

Governments and organizations work on literacy programs, teacher training, and access to reading materials.

Technology plays a crucial role in enhancing literacy in the digital age.

Literacy is a fundamental human right that promotes progress, reduces inequalities, and shapes a brighter future.