Girl-centered books to 60 village libraries

by Friends of African Village Libraries (FAVL)
Girl-centered books to 60 village libraries
Girl-centered books to 60 village libraries
Girl-centered books to 60 village libraries
Girl-centered books to 60 village libraries
Girl-centered books to 60 village libraries
Girl-centered books to 60 village libraries
Girl-centered books to 60 village libraries
Girl-centered books to 60 village libraries
Girl-centered books to 60 village libraries
Girl-centered books to 60 village libraries
Jan 6, 2021

Will be purchasing books for the mobile library

Readers using the mobile library in a school
Readers using the mobile library in a school

In the past year 2020, FAVL received just over $500 in donations for this project. Most of the funds were received in the last month of December. We thank the many donors!

We are planning then to use these funds to purchase a large selection of books for the mobile library in January. In our next report, we will have photos of the receipts and distribution of the books. Something to look forward to!

On regular library activities, the FAVL blog has been filled in recent months with news of activities from various libraries and programs since October when activities resumed after the end of the Covid19 lockdowns and restrictions. The mobile library in Houndé has been active, delivering reading materials to kids in schools. Librarians in the Tuy region have resumed monthly gatherings. The FAVL representative in Burkina Faso, Sanou Dounko, regularly visits libraries. In October, he held a meeting with several mayors to coordinate efforts to ensure that librarians are hired as “municipal” employees. He met with librarians in three regional meetings in early December. Over in Ghana, CESRUD library coordinator Paul Ayutoliya has overseen the re-roofing and refurbishment of Gowrie-Kunkua library, as the roof blew off in a violent rainstorm in May. The Sumbrungu and Sherigu libraries have been very busy since they reopened. FAVL has also been committing funding to modest renewal of book collections, and locally in Burkina Faso the Ministry of Culture as well as the U.S. Embassy have been supporting the libraries. More news is available on the blog.

The mobile library
The mobile library
Young students drawing during mobile library visit
Young students drawing during mobile library visit
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Friends of African Village Libraries (FAVL)

Location: San Jose, CA - USA
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Project Leader:
Michael Kevane
Co-director, West Africa
San Jose, CA United States
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