Here is an extract from the report: Greetings once again from Dabaso! After experiencing the torrential rains in many parts of the country in the last few months, the calmness has finally returned. The dry season is starting to kick in. The locals are happy again to see the sunshine. Here are the notes for […]
Greetings from Dabaso! I have the pleasure to present to you the 44th report. However, I wish to go through with you some of the highlights during the reporting period as we get started. A library volunteer Harrison Kaingu Ngwiya is a man nearing 40. For quite a spell now, he has been coming over […]
Lucy Evans, one of the Akili trustees, visited Kenya in May 2011. She was delighted to see the progress that both libraries have made in improving the library environments.
You will be able to see the mural painted on the wall at Dabaso and the renovated makuti shelters in the beautiful garden at Kakuyuni.
Both libraries are being very well used with constantly increasing reader numbers.
Publicity statement March 2011 The Akili Trust is a British charity set up to develop community libraries in rural Kenya. We have NGO status in Kenya as ‘Akili Community Libraries’, where we now have two established and fully functioning libraries in Kilifi District, and a third about to be set up in a secondary school. […]