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In Swaziland
A small landlocked
country in southern
Africa.
A small country of one million people. A monarchy
with excellent infrastructure but high poverty.
855 schools and 362 ALP libraries
Culture Corner in One Library
Books in Siswati, the national language of Swaziland.
English is the official language
Children perform during the ALP Summit in 2011
Another student performance at the main training day of the ALP Summit
120 librarians attended the training
Nonkululeko Mdluli, Executive Director of Fundza, sorts donated books.
Will you do a book drive so more children
in Swaziland have access to books?
www.africanlibraryproject.org
African Library Project in Swaziland
African Library Project in Swaziland
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African Library Project in Swaziland

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The African Library Project (ALP) has started 362 school libraries in Swaziland, a small country in southern Africa. Volunteer book drive organizers in the US and Canada collected the books and money to ship them. Learn more about Swaziland and Fundza, ALP's partner there. Learn how you can start a library too!

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African Library Project in Swaziland

  1. 1. In Swaziland A small landlocked country in southern Africa.
  2. 2. A small country of one million people. A monarchy with excellent infrastructure but high poverty.
  3. 3. 855 schools and 362 ALP libraries
  4. 4. Culture Corner in One Library
  5. 5. Books in Siswati, the national language of Swaziland. English is the official language
  6. 6. Children perform during the ALP Summit in 2011
  7. 7. Another student performance at the main training day of the ALP Summit
  8. 8. 120 librarians attended the training
  9. 9. Nonkululeko Mdluli, Executive Director of Fundza, sorts donated books.
  10. 10. Will you do a book drive so more children in Swaziland have access to books? www.africanlibraryproject.org

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