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EIFL’s Public Library Innovation Programme (EIFL-PLIP) is delighted to announce the launch of three new library services in Kenya.
Two of the services use information and communication technology (ICT) to work with vulnerable youth and improve their marks at school. The third service uses ICT to improve farmers’ livelihoods and promote agri-business. Read more about these innovative community development services by clicking the links below:
Kenya – Busia Community Library – using Smart phones and other ICT to support agri-business and improve information flows between farmers and markets.
Kenya – Busia Community Library – tablet computers with games and educational content to help children improve their marks at school.
Kenya National Library Service – reaching out to disadvantaged youth in Nairobi’s largest slum to improve school results and increase their interest in libraries.
The three new Kenyan services bring the total number of innovative library services initiated with EIFL-PLIP support to 37. Read more…