Youth Empowerment in Anambra State, Nigeria – 500 books received.

Youths were taught how through a culture of reading and other positive intellectual engagements they can building their leadership and entrepreneurial capacities.

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Prime Scholars’ School, Nigeria – 1,000 books received.

Since the library was opened to the students, we have observed that many of our students enjoy reading storybooks and novels for leisure.

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Catch Them Young Spelling Competition, Nigeria – 60 books received.

"I have never participated in any spelling competition before. This has exposed me and given me confidence to work hard to be a great speller. I love this competition" -

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Boroma Community Health Project, Somaliland – 2,160 books received.

Improving the knowledge and skills of healthcare professionals through current health literature will have an impact not only for the individual but also for service users i.e patients

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Hokifa Mobile Community Library, Togo – 2,954 books received.

The library is a success and many children are being introduced to bilingualism with the books in English as Togo is a French-speaking country.

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Adama Secondary School, Ethiopia – 1,172 books received.

The students are using the books in preparation for the national examinations and their teachers are also using the books as additional materials to their existing textbooks.

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BOOKimpact, Nigeria – 1,252 books received.

Your organization's support of our outreach program with children at Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camp is greatly appreciated.

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Nodi Trust School, Zambia – 1,025 books received.

Children in the school now have library time which they enjoy immensely. Community children too have started using the library for reference books.

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Community Development Training College, Zambia – 1,248 books received.

We wish to thank you for your donation of the books. It is our hope that the number of users will increase as we talk with those who come around to use our library.

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Muyuka School Library, Cameroon – 1,626 books received.

The hundreds of students who never had a text book to read from are now being able to go to the library and read from the variety of books donated.

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Busesa Community Library, Uganda – 3,182 books received.

The new stock of books has resulted in to a steady increase of library users ranging from students seeking to read a new book for their classroom work to general leisure reading by the community members.

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Urban Resource Centre, Uganda – 1,108 books received.

The pupils from different schools appreciate your support to avail them with the books and they have widened their research capacities and also diversified their culture

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Support our Troops Foundation, Nigeria – 2,236 books received.

A book in the hands of a child can lead to endless possibilities and create a reading culture in the children of the armed forces.

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Wellspring International School, Uganda – 2,414 books received.

Wellspring community library is already being enjoyed by members of the local community and is proving to be an excellent place for people to appreciate the quality space to enjoy reading.

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A Reader is a Leader, Ghana – 1,415 books received.

Like most school pupils outside the cities, pupils in the KEEA Municipality do not have access to libraries in their communities.

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Ijaw Youth Library, Nigeria – 1,045 books received.

The motives of ‘a library and an ICT centre’ is primarily ‘to change the perception of our young people.

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The Children’s Voice Book Drive, Zimbabwe – 2,007 books received.

Your donation of books will certainly go a long way in helping the children in our rural schools of Zimbabwe learn and love reading.

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Oaks View International College, Nigeria – 1,024 books received.

Since the assembly of the library the students have made the library their favorite place in the school.

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