Support literacy and learning for 1,500 Maya youth

 
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Support literacy and learning for 1,500 Maya youth

Support literacy and learning for 1,500 Maya youth
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Proud library users

Proud library users
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A busy day at the library

A busy day at the library
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Study time

Study time
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Librarian Eduardo Rey leads story hour

Librarian Eduardo Rey leads story hour
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Eager minds at work

Eager minds at work
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We have close to 4,000 titles

We have close to 4,000 titles
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Librarian Marilu and a beaming Bryan

Librarian Marilu and a beaming Bryan
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'Gardening Corner'

'Gardening Corner'
Photo from Progress Report 'Planting the seeds of learning' (view small | med | large | orig)

Our gifted artists!

Our gifted artists!
Photo from Progress Report 'Planting the seeds of learning' (view small | med | large | orig)
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Organization

Project Leader

Alice Stevens

Operations & Development Associate
Chajul, Quiche Guatemala

Where is this project located?

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