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SLG works closely with key local actors to implement demand-driven library initiatives to respond to the literacy needs of vulnerable children. Key to achieving this is through partnership with Community Based Organisations (CBOs) and educational institutions.

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Street Library offers a cost effective, less intimidating, and welcoming library concept in rural communities to reach vulnerable and underserved children. Whether by mobile van, Library kiosk, community / school library, or by digital access, our approach also provides an effective environment whereby children can readily access much needed literature with communities incurring minimal running costs.

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Literacy

In our quest to respond to literacy needs, we adopt three library concepts to reach directly to vulnerable children in rural communities with relevant resources. We achieve this through our Mobile Van, Book Kiosk and the Book Chest initiatives.

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Personal Development

We recognize Personal, Social and Emotional development as one of the building blocks to success in life. Throughout our library centers, trained mentors are provided with relevant skills to support young people develop their self-confidence and self-awareness.

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Technology & Innovation

Through a raft of digital innovations, Street Library is involved in strategic partnerships to develop and utilize varied e-platforms to disrupt delivery of educational and culturally relevant literacy resources to children in Africa.

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Street Library Ghana launches first Reading Hub

2014-08-12, 12:55:18 by Administrator

Street library Ghana (SLG), an NGO based in Ghana has launched its first Reading hub, at Anoff as a means of making literature more accessible to feed the educational needs of children in deprived communities. The launch was part of activities that marked the 2014 Inter-community Educational competition of SLG. This competition was organized among seven communities; Onoka, Darmang, Ahrewease, Adjeikrom, Anoff, Kwesitenten and Duayeden in the Nsawam-Adoagyiri municipality; which are all beneficiaries of SLG.

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