by Quentin Wodon
One of the aims of this blog is to showcase innovative service projects. These projects will be featured on the blog through 4-6 page briefs that will be publicized through a short post (short, because the idea is for you to read the brief, not a long post about it!)
Today’s featured project was implemented in Burkina Faso with support from a global grant from The Rotary Foundation. More than 60 photo books have been created, printed and distributed to community libraries in rural areas. Michael Kevane, a Professor at Santa Clara University and the Co-Director for West Africa of FAVL (Friends of African Village Libraries) has written a brief on the project. I encourage you to read the brief, which is available here.
If you would like to submit a brief about your project, please send me an email through the Contact Me page of this blog.