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    • VOLUNTEER SUPPORTED INNOVATIVE SERVICES UNDER THE GLOB@L LIBRARIES – BULGARIA PROGRAM KRASIMIRA KANEVA Lovech, 15 - 16 May 2012
    • Target Libraries with Volunteer Participation Lovech District For the countryTotal number of target libraries – 35Libraries with volunteers – 30 49%Libraries without volunteers – 5 51%  Krushuna, Letnitsa Municipality  Borima, Troyan Municipality  Ugarchin Libraries without volunteers  Brestnitsa, Yablanitsa Municipality  Yablanitsa Libraries with volunteers
    • Volunteering in Target Libraries in the Period July 2011 – March 2012 Number of volunteers Hours worked 512 7890 7641 64138In the country Lovech district In the country Lovech district
    • Average Volunteer Work per Library by Municipality in Lovech District Number of volunteers Hours worked45 100040 90035 80030 700 60025 50020 400 15 30010 200 5 100 0 0 Troyan Ugarchin Apriltsi Lovech Teteven Letnitsa Lukovit
    • DEFINITIONS Innovative Service Good Practice Responds to library users’ new needs Applies a new approach/method in  A method or a practice the implementation of traditional contributing to the library activities achievement of high results and customizable to other Provides access to new types of similar organizations information, previously inaccessible for library users or the community Attracts new users, previously unserved by the library
    • INNOVATIVE e-SERVICESe-Government e-Education / Sciencee-Employment e-Culturee-Inclusion e-Societye-Health e-Business
    • UKRAINE, e-Employment BEREGINA PROJECTIn Katerinopol, volunteers studythe unemployment amongwomen victims of domesticviolence Partners:  Employment Office  Business Development Association  Media – radio, newspaper
    • ROMANIA, e-InclusionThe librarian in Suceavamobilizes teacher volunteers forhelping with the literacy ofchildren from the localorphanage
    • UKRAINE, e-Inclusion The book will protect you, the computer will help you, the library will comfort you! The library in the town of Nikolaev and the Dialogue NGO conduct a therapy session for people challenged in their daily livesIn Lviv, a volunteerpsychologist conductsbibliotherapy for childrenwith behavioral problems
    • BULGARIA, e-Inclusion The village of Negovanovtsi, Vidin district, implements the “Pass on and Return” service for information exchange between elderly people and young volunteers
    • BULGARIA, e-Inclusion Sofia, training under the Glob@l Libraries – Bulgaria Program of hearing impaired young people. Two of them will become volunteers at Sredets Public Chitalishte in Sofia
    • BULGARIA, e-HealthIn the village of Trud, volunteersfrom the local office of theNational Alliance for Work withVolunteers and psychologistsorganized a lecture on drugs andalcohol prevention Roman, lecture on the harm of drugs, “Informed and Healthy” Campaign
    • UKRAINE, e-EducationIn Kirovgrad, Peace Corpsvolunteers maintain the blog ofthe American center and conductonline research and training
    • ROMANIA, e-EducationIn Vrancea, Peace Corpsvolunteers maintain theEnglish language version ofthe library foreign languagecenter In Botosani, a Chilean student volunteer teaches Spanish to young people
    • POLAND, e-EducationVolunteers created a virtual librarywith books from the mandatorylist for school goers and includedinteractive methods for easiermastering of the texts
    • BULGARIA, e-Education The library and the local center for work with volunteers in Plovdiv organized the “Cheerful Book” and “Old Book – New Reader” campaigns
    • UKRAINE, e-SocietyIn Lviv and other cities, the “LivingLibrary” initiative is organized with theparticipation of volunteers
    • ROMANIA, e-SocietyThe library in Tulcea provides itsservices, including free internetaccess, in a mall. Volunteersprovide information to citizens.
    • ROMANIA, e-Society In Dumbravita, Brasov county, volunteers visit their friends and acquaintances to join the EU Online Week initiativeThe libraries in Bihorcounty coordinatevolunteers’ work in thecleaning campaign
    • BULGARIA, e-SocietyIn Trastenik, library patronstook part as volunteers in the“Let’s Clean Bulgaria for aDay” campaign
    • LITHUANIA, e-BusinessThe library in the town of Pasvalisadopts a service in support offarmers, including: ICT network for farmers’smartphones; web portal for informationsharing; online promotion and sale ofagricultural products Project budget: USD 15,000
    • UKRAINE, e-BusinessIn the city of Melitopol, e-map of tourism and investment Amount: USD 1,900 Copies: 40,000
    • Разработване на нова услуга Service Identification of Service adoption identification potential partners activitiesExpected results/ Information about Resources/Budget Effect the new service