Kenya November 2013 14/12/201510/03/2016 Akili Trust Photos Fred, the librarian, and more bursary students down by the creek on our walk around Dabaso village Frances reminding the pupils at Kakyuni how important reading is. Students at Kakyuni libray The library at Canon Mweri is now in the old Science block, with the new science block in front A local resident who finds the Kakyuni library a great place to study The library at Ngala Girls school, provided by an Italian NGO The newly opened library at Canon Mweri school A selection of the books we have shipped from the UK Jenny with some of the bursary students at Dabaso library The footballs were very popular Three of the bursary students at Kakyuni library Teachers reading the papers from Dabaso library under the makuti The games master accepting footballs for the children at Kakyuni school Sweets are always appreciated Jenny presenting certificates to those who had completed a computer course at Dabaso library Janet ( on right) the librarian at Kakyuni with her new assistant, Caroline in the library Some of the bursary students taking Jenny for a walk around Dabaso village Jenny meeting the bursary students and some of their parents in the library at Dabaso Children using the Kakyuni library Jenny listening to a selection of pupils from years 4,5 and 6 Dabaso school reading books in the Library. Cornelius, the assistant librarian at Dabaso, maintaining the computers Jenny taken on a tour of Dabaso school by the headteacher, Esther. They found plenty to talk about! Fred receiving his certificate Helen, the community nurse, in her newly renovated clinic Children at Kakyuni enjoying their library Meeting the library monitors at Canon Mweri library a local resident studying at dabaso library Presenting footballs to the Games teacher at Dabaso school The children were keen to show their reading skills. The beautiful garden at Kakyuni library: a little oasis of learning Francis, chair of the kakyuni management committee with pupils at the school Some of the older pupils read out their own stories..