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Libraries are for sure important places. In fact, they can contribute to creating a stronger society. By providing information and related services, they may actually even help individuals in rising […]

The documentary film Gateway to the world takes place in Namibia’s capital city Windhoek, Katutura suburban area. In the film, two young library users are followed around the poor Greenwell […]

The Street Librarian (2015) is about the work of Edward Fungo, the Regional Librarian of Morogoro. He’s determined to make Tanzania an informational society one person at a time. Working […]

The Gateway to the World is situated in Namibia’s capital, Windhoek, in the Katutura district. The documentary follows two young people in the poor Greenwell Matongo area, where the library […]

Library Connection is a documentary about the co-operation between Vantaa and Windhoek which resulted in establishing the Greenwell Matongo Community Library. The services were developed according to the needs of […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day conference “RESHAPE – Reshaping lives and libraries” in Helsinki, Finland. This live streaming video includes a Pecha Kucha presentation by Rauha Maarno, Executive Director, Finnish […]

The Finnish Library Association supports development cooperation with Namibian and Tanzanian libraries with the Libraries for development -project, which is part of the poverty reduction strategies of the partner countries […]