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Friday, September 12, 2008

Room to Read

As the number of books in the mini library at the Janabahaa Society office grows, so does the number of children dropping by to read those books. Many children from the neighborhood are dropping in regularly and asking if new books have arrived. In most cases, children who come to use the library are from low income families, and their schools do not have library facilities, nor do they have the opportunity or means to join other public libraries. Donations of used books, especially children's books, would be highly appreciated. Books of any language would do, especially if they have some picutres in them. Photos by Alok Tuladhar.

1 comment:

angela said...

i think innovating the youths as well as present middle aged people is totally important in quest of increasing their interest towards JANABAHAA .so,i think we should condust some knowledgeable and identifyable works such as conducting a debate programs on the topics regarding Janabaha dyo and more other nawari culture related things.Besides we can also promote teachings newari sculptures to youths (if this could be difficult we could promote personality development programs