Posted: March 15, 2019
We are delighted to name the winners of the 12th EIFL Public Library Innovation Award, for Public library services improving people’s lives.
Congratulations to –
- Regional Library ‘Peyo Yavorov’ in Bulgaria, which is using cutting edge technology to teach young people about the causes and effects of climate change.
- Public Library ‘Fran Galovic’ Koprivnica in Croatia, which is improving the lives of seniors through a volunteer-based smartphone training programme.
- Kenya National Library Service / Meru Public Library, which is changing young people’s attitudes to farming by combining ICT, entrepreneurship and agricultural training.
Each winner receives a prize of US$1,500, a certificate and a trophy.
Thank you to the winners and to all the other applicants for sending us stories about their innovative services.
The EIFL Public Library Innovation Awards recognize innovative library services that use ICT to improve lives and livelihoods. The awards are open to all public and community libraries in developing and transition countries.
Read more about the EIFL Public Library Innovation Awards, and meet all the winners.
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