Teachers and students work together to create programmes designed to teach reading in local languages. eifl.net, December 2010 Teachers and students are working together to create pioneering programmes on the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) computers that will teach Zambia’s children to read in the country’s seven major languages.
Official opening of the Lubuto Library project second library at Ngwerere Basic School in Lusaka Zambia. InformationToday, December 2010 The doors to the second Lubuto Library were officially opened on Nov. 10 to the vulnerable street children and youth in Zambia. Dow Jones & Co. and its employees were instrumental in helping fund and supply resources for the library in Lusaka’s Garden Compound.
Lubuto Library Opens its Second Library at Ngwerere Basic School, Embassy of the United States, Lusaka Zambia,November 2010. Lusaka — U.S. Ambassador to Zambia Mark C. Storella championed a community-led, community-driven initiative today when he helped officially open the Lubuto Library Project at the Ngwerere Basic School in Lusaka’s Garden Compound
Letter from Chief Executive Officer & Publisher Les Hinton from Dow Jones about the opening of Ngwerere Lubuto library. November 10, 2010
Speech by his excellency Dr. Kenneth D. Kaunda, First President of the Republic of Zambia on the occasion of the opening of the second Lubuto Library.
Message from Ellen Tise- IFLA President. November 8, 2010
Lubuto Library Project Opens its Second Library at Ngwerere School in Lusaka. Press release, November 5th 2010.