Completing 2 Libraries for 4000 Nigeria Students

by Christ's School Alumni Association of NorthAmerica
Jan 17, 2011

Library Officers Trained

In preparation towards an ability to manage a 50,000 book volume library, three of the untrained librarians were sent for training with the Ekiti State Library services. The old books have been removed along with all warped bookshelves. New bookshelves have been assembled and arranged. Books are being arranged on the shelves.

All libraries are fully painted now. We recieved more floor space at the Boys Library that needed to be tiled. The tiles have been cleared from the seaport and will be taken to the school before the end of this month.

The project will be complete once we have funds to buy furniture. Material donations received have helped us a great deal.

Thank you.



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Christ's School Alumni Association of NorthAmerica

Location: Macon, GA - USA
Christ's School Alumni Association of NorthAmerica
Project Leader:
Wuraola Ajibade
President, Atlanta Chapter
Macon, GA United States

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