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ANNUAL REPORT 2012 - Dyslexia International

ANNUAL REPORT 2012 - Dyslexia International

Letter from the Chair

Letter from the Chair Dyslexia International will continue to expand awareness of its activities through social media and to raise the requisite funds. Acknowledgements Our heartfelt thanks go to the Oak Foundation whose support enables us to respond to these new challenges. Our progress and achievements are due to the commitment and generosity of all our associates – our Board members and supporters, our skilled volunteers who give so generously of their time, our Scientific Advisory Panel and Consultancy team, our Regional Ambassadors in China, Ghana, Lebanon, Cameroon and other countries and those acting as Special Envoys training in situ in Africa and elsewhere, our excellent webmaster, our auditor our Teacher training consultant and the President of our Literacy for All fund-raising team. Dyslexia International does not sell or buy education. It is sustained principally by charitable grants, private sponsorship and then by a measure of state funding. It welcomes charitable giving by all those who desire equality in education and all children and adults given the right to read. Times of transition as we move office and streamline our activities are demanding. For reliability and efficiency Barry O’Halpin as Office Manager deserves special commendation. The presence and encouragement of Our Patron HRH Princess Margaretha of Liechtenstein remain a constant source of encouragement and inspiration to us all. We look forward to building on the sure foundations we have laid this year by fully exploiting the new ways forward technology offers in both communications and teacher training. Judith Sanson Chair, Board of Directors 8/18 Dyslexia International Annual Report 2012

Operational Review 1. e-Campus 2. Teacher training 3. Webinar Highlights 20,000 e-Campus: 20,000 pages visited in March 2013 3,000 Teachers in 3,000 francophone Belgian schools are being trained. 8 Eight leading research scientists and psychologists join our Scientific Advisory Panel. Web traffic, top six, by bandwidth, March 2013 Others (not specified) Belgium UK France South Africa Switzerland 9/18 Dyslexia International Annual Report 2012

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