We can now donate books to Arabic speaking countries in Africa

يدرك العالم جيدًا أن القارة الأفريقية لا تزال تواجه صعوبات في مجال التعليم ، وهو عامل مشترك في عدد كبير من المناطق في بداية التحول الديموغرافي أو السياسي أو الاقتصادي أو في خضمه. في إفريقيا ، ينعكس هذا الاتجاه بشكل خاص من خلال معدل الأمية المرتفع بشكل غير طبيعي مقارنة بالمتوسط العالمي ونوعية التعليم التي تترك الكثير مما هو مرغوب فيه.

Lockdown II – Books2Africa is staying open

Following the UK government’s announcement of another 4-week lockdown from Thursday, 5th November to Wednesday, 3 December 2020 to control the rapid spread of the coronavirus, Books2Africa can confirm that we will stay open during this period. Courier collections and shipments, processing of donated items at our Canterbury processing centre and remote working will continue […]

We have re-opened! Read our COVID-19 Risk Assessment

In preparation for a phased re-opening of our UK processing centre, we have now conducted and published the results of our Risk Assessment. Key points effective June 2020 Key points effective July 2020 Following the most recent government advise regarding COVID-19, we are updating our risk assessment accordingly. Our priority remains ensuring our team members […]

Thank You Letter

Name, Thank you for your donation. It means a lot to us that you took your time to make a financial contribution to Books2Africa.  Putting a book in the hands of a child in Africa puts a smile on their face, knowledge in their mind and hope of a brighter future in their soul. It’s […]

Books2Africa’s statement on COVID-19

As the number of confirmed cases and deaths from Coronavirus in the UK continues to be monitored, we continue to implement measures to ensure the safety of our staff and volunteers during this pandemic. However, there is a need to keep up the great work in order to continue meeting our charitable objectives. We would […]