See Your Impact

See Your Impact

See Room to Read's Work In Country

Witness. Connect. Reflect.

A visit to Room to Read's partner communities gives you one-of-a-kind access to the work that you support. You will have the opportunity to meet our local teams and interact with students, teachers, and other community stakeholders. This unique, firsthand experience will deepen your understanding of the positive change that we're making, together. 


Important: We require information from you prior to your trip. Please be sure to complete the Traveler Registration form in Step 2, only after reviewing the information provided below. 

If you are traveling to Bangladesh, Vietnam, or Laos, you will be asked to provide additional information beyond what we gather through the Traveler Registration form. We will email you for more details. 

Please review Room to Read's Visitor Agreement and Child Protection Code of Conduct. This waiver must be signed prior to the visit by each participant and will be sent to you from our team via DocuSign. 


The information in this document is meant to give you an idea of what to expect on a Room to Read program visit.  

If you are traveling with your family, check out our tips on traveling with children on a Room to Read program visit.


Please review these Guidelines for Visiting a Room to Read Community prior to your visit and take two minutes to watch this video.

In addition to the above guidelines, please find information on COVID-19 below. 

By entering the Room to Read office and/or visiting a partner community, you understand the following requirements and recommendations. 

  • It is our strong recommendation that you are up-to-date on COVID-19 boosters.
  • You are responsible for monitoring for COVID-19 symptoms before visiting Room to Read's work. We ask that you postpone your visit if you are sick/unwell.
  • If you develop symptoms or test positive within 48 hours following your Room to Read visit, please notify your Room to Read contact at the Global Office so we can inform those in the local office or community as relevant. Your identity will be kept confidential by Room to Read to the maximum extent possible. 

We will notify you if there are required or recommended testing or mask mandates per local law, the local Room to Read office, or the school. 


You have the unique opportunity of getting to see Room to Read’s work in person and we want to hear all about it! Click here for different ways you can share your experience with us. Please take a few minutes to review the possibilities and, if you’d like to participate, let us know what you are thinking and if you have any questions.


Are you still familiarizing yourself with Room to Read? Please read through the information below to learn more about Room to Read's programs, countries, impact, and reach.

Founded in 2000 on the belief that World Change Starts with Educated Children®, Room to Read is creating a world free from illiteracy and gender inequality. We are achieving this goal by helping children in historically low-income communities develop literacy skills and a habit of reading, and by supporting girls as they build skills to succeed in school and negotiate key life decisions. We collaborate with governments and other partner organizations to deliver positive outcomes for children at scale. Room to Read has benefited more than 32 million children and has worked in 21 countries and in more than 49,000 communities, providing additional support through remote solutions that facilitate learning beyond the classroom. Room to Read aims to benefit 40 million children by 2025. Learn more through our Global Fact Sheet. 


Room to Read’s Literacy Program supports children as they develop into independent readers and lifelong learners who are breaking the cycle of illiteracy within their own families. We combine the science of learning to read with the magic of loving to read. We sustain students’ reading skills development by creating child-friendly libraries and quality children’s books and supporting educator and community involvement. Learn more about our Literacy Program


Room to Read’s Girls’ Education Program ensures that girls build the skills to succeed in school and make key life decisions. We support girls as they strengthen their power as positive change agents by providing life skills classes, mentorship and peer support, and family and community engagement. Through the program, girls will be supported with resources to self-advocate and chart a successful life path that they choose for themselves. Learn more about the Girls' Education Program. 


Tracking our progress and monitoring our programs have been essential parts of our DNA since the very beginning of Room to Read. We are committed to putting data at the heart of our program design and holding ourselves accountable not just to our investors but to the children we serve across Asia and Africa who deserve the chance to become literate adults. Learn more about Research, Monitoring, and Evaluation. 


Done reviewing the information in this tab? Click on "Step 2" next to complete your Traveler Registration form.

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Need Help? Please reach out to your Room to Read contact or travel@roomtoread.org.