Lord Mayor Doyle opens Books2Africa charity’s processing centre in Canterbury

The charity’s objective of collecting donated books from the UK and shipping them to schools and institutions of learning in Africa is one that resonated with the Mayor and the many supporters who attended the opening event at the Barton Business Park.

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Books2Africa UK opens new Processing Centre in Canterbury.

The processing centre in Canterbury will serve as the heart of our operations in the UK and globally.

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Nova Science Publishers donates 92 pallets of books

New York based publisher Nova Science Publishers has donated more than 92,000 textbooks to Books2Africa to be distributed to institutions in Africa especially those in developing regions and communities.

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Books2Africa is equipping Africa’s Rural Education Sector

Books2Africa collect donated books across the UK from Schools, Universities, Organisations and individuals shipping them directly to African Schools and Universities in rural areas.

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Zambia MP commends Books To Africa

I thank Books To Africa for the gesture of donating and shipping a total of 1,248 books which are related to the subjects that are offered in the course of community development.

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Direct-Ed donates to books to Books2Africa

Books2Africa are doing a fantastic job and we just hope our donation can help them, even just a little bit more, to continue this great work.

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APM donates books to Africa

APM is contributing to raising the level of project management professionalism in Africa by donating a number of its publications to charity.

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Students Booked

Heart of England Students and their parents/carers have been bringing books into school to send them to Africa where they will be used by children studying in schools.

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Universal Channel Africa partner with Books To Africa in celebration of Season 2 of the Librarians

We are excited to announce that Books To Africa International are working together with Universal Channel Africa on a donation campaign to improve the standard of education for thousands of students in Africa.

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Schools unite to change lives by donating study books to pupils in Africa [Getwestlondon]

More than 1,000 books have been collected and will now be distributed across Africa with education charity Books to Africa.

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Primary Education in Uganda and the UK

So far, Books2Africa has donated textbooks to five projects in Uganda which include a primary school library as well as several community libraries, offering them access to all-important educational materials.

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Overcoming Barriers To Female Education in Nigeria

The self confidence that naturally comes with learning can be instrumental in a woman’s life, in empowering her to see herself as a productive, useful member of society.

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University of Kent BTA Student Group elect new committee 2015/2016

Election results are in and the University of Kent's Books To Africa student group have elected a new commitee for 2015/2016.

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Books To Africa Responds To War against Education in Africa

The obstacles to education in Africa have recently become worse with the kidnapping of more than 200 girls from their school accommodation in Northern Nigeria.

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Visible But Invisible: People Living With Disability in Nigeria

Based on the World Report on Disability approximately 25 million Nigerians have a disability, with 3.5 million of these having very significant difficulties in social and physical functioning.

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Learning Something While At School

Education has been limited to a narrow and exclusive system of examinations and grades. Students are pre-occupied with their scores as opposed to the acquisition and application of knowledge.

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Escaping poverty on the back of a chicken [The Guardian]

The 2006 National School Census revealed that 5 million Nigerian children, almost a quarter of the child population, are not enrolled in primary school.

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