We recently sent our millionth book funded by players of People's Postcode Lottery. In this blog, our Chief Executive reflects on the importance of this very special milestone.
Why do libraries become targets during conflict? And why do so many put themselves in harm’s way to protect them? In this blog, our chair Dr. Alice Prochaska reflects on these questions, and more.
The more Dalitso reads the better he does at school. Here he tells us how greater access to books is helping him with his education
During the worst of the Liberian civil war Yvonne set up the WE-CARE library to provide a space for children to read and learn. This is her story.
On October 31st Her Majesty The Queen visited a library we support in Nairobi. In this blog, our East Africa Representative James reflects on how the visit impacts on perceptions of the library.
Gifty is a teacher in rural Ghana. Having the right kind of books empowers her to create the next generation of readers.
Girls like Fabiola face huge challenges to gaining an education – but with books, she is making her dreams a reality. Read her story.
Ahmed runs the National Library in Somaliland. He's seen how increasing access to libraries has empowered communities and improved literacy rates.
20 year old Ugbaad is studying for her first degree, and she’s fallen in love with reading at her local library. This is her story.