Eton Tri-athletes support Pratham in its goal to bring literacy to 100 million children in India!

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Child literacy is an indispensable means for effective social and economic participation, contributing to human development and poverty reduction. The right to education is also a fundamental human right – UNESCO

33 tri-athletes took part in the Eton Half Olympic Triathlon on Saturday 23rd May at Dorney Lake, Berkshire to raise funds for Pratham – the international charity dedicated to helping illiterate and under privileged children in India with reading, writing and basic arithmetic. Participants comprised an international group representing the following countries: Belgium, Brazil, India, Iran, Kenya, New Zealand, UK, USA and included three members of the Pratham UK Board of Trustees.

Cheered on by Pratham supporters, the tri-athletes braved the 14

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