Asia

Our affiliates in Asia form the connective strand that allows ILA to weave a broad and deep network of literacy leaders. In many cases, this network also provides a grassroots local connection for our international projects and a catalyst for activities that respond to their communities' specific needs. Many ILA activities in the region are coordinated by the International Development in Asia Committee. To contact them, e-mail ettyhoesein1@gmail.com.


Asia Region Affiliates

  • Affiliate in Action: India


Contact ILA or an affiliate listed below for more information.

National Affiliates

Afghanistan
Afghanistan Reading and Social Association (ARSA)
Rahimullah, President
Main Office: Suite # 24
Urooj Plaza, Kart-e-Char
Kabul, Afghanistan
info.arsa2010@gmail.com
Contact:
Saeedullah, Project Manager
0093(0)772015595
saeedshirzoi@gmail.com

Bangladesh
Bangladesh Reading Association
Kazi Rafiqul Alam, Chairman
House No. 19, Road No. 12
Dhanmondi, Dhaka-1209
800 28115909
kr.alam@ahsaniamission.org
Contact:
Nafiz Uddin Khan, Project Manager
880 1711960899
nafiz1966@gmail.com

China
CNU Reading Association
Room 602, Department of English Education
College of Foreign Languages
Capital Normal University
Beijing, 100089
China
Contact:
Miao SUN, IDAC Member
880 1711960899
miaomiao526@hotmail.com

Hong Kong (SAR of China)
Hong Kong Reading Association
Lornita Wang, President
lyfwong@ied.edu.hk

India
Reading Association of India (RAI)
Dr. S. Y. Shah, Executive Director
drsyshah@gmail.com

Indonesia
Perhimpunan Baca-Tulis Masyarakat (PBTM) Indonesia
Richard Manuputty, President
Prodi Bah Inggris, Kampus PGSD Unpatti
Jln. Dr. Tamaela, Ambon 97001
Indonesia
081343005730
pbtmindonesia@yahoo.co.id
http://pbtmindonesia.blogspot.com

Japan
Japan Reading Association
Yuichiro Kai, President
Sachiko Adachi, Director of International Affairs
adachi@ed.niigata-u.ac.jp

Malaysia
Malaysian Reading Association
Ambigapathy Pandian, President
ambiga@usm.my

Pakistan
Sindh-Balochistan Reading Council
Zafar Yasin, President
zafaryasin61@gmail.com

Philippines
Reading Association of the Philippines
Victor A Villanueva, President
teachervic@yahoo.com
Dr. Mila Arias, IDAC Representative
mila_arias17@yahoo.com
reading@rap.org.ph
Publications: RAP Journal, RAPporteur (newsletter)

Singapore
Society for Reading and Literacy, Singapore
Serene Wee, President
Kheng Min Ma, Vice president
Ng Chiew Hong, Secretary
SRL Secretariat
33 Sembawang Hills Drive
Singapore 575909
Singapore (Rep. of)
65 9003 1594
chiewhong.ng@nie.edu.sg
Publication: SRL News Magazine

Taiwan (Republic of China)
Taiwan Reading Association
Professor Chang, Chien-ju, President
Dept of Human Development & Family Studies
National Taiwan Normal University
Phone: 886-2-77341428
changch2@ntnu.edu.tw

Thailand
Thailand Reading Association
Dr. Banjert Chongapiratanakul, President
banjert.ch@std.spu.ac.th

Northern Thailand Reading Association (NTRA)
Thinking Classroom Foundation 29/8
Teparak Road, T-Chang Phuek, A-Muang Chiang Mai, Thailand, 50300
(+66) 53-216 728
(+66) 86911-5711
Email: info@thinkingclassroom.org
Website: www.thinkingclassroom.org
Dr. Thein Lwin, President
edubur@gmail.com
(66) 53 216 728 (Thailand)
(95) 973255563 (Myanmar)

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