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The Lubuto Library Project - - Opening doors of opportunity to Africa's most vulnerable youth

  • 02 Feb 2010
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • The World Bank J Building, 1-050 Auditorium 701 18th Street, NW (corner of 18th and Pennsylvania, enter on 18th Street)

SLASeattle%20032.jpgJane Kinney Meyers, President and Founder, Lubuto Library Project, Inc.  will present a program about how Lubuto Libraries are internationally recognized as a model for serving disadvantaged children, with specially designed programs led by local professionals that support children in developing their talents, skills, and self-esteem.

The Lubuto Project supports the psychosocial and educational needs of children and youth that no one else is reaching, especially out-of-school children and street youth. It offers programs such as Motivational Mentoring and Counseling, One Laptop Per Child, Visual and Performing Arts, Health and HIV/AIDS Education, along with reading, storytelling and literacy programming.

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