Fix a Library project

The “Fix a Library” project is a community-driven initiative to identify public primary/secondary schools within the local community that have dilapidated or undersized libraries. The objective is to improve access to quality primary and secondary education by renovating and upgrading these libraries. Through this project, the goal is to create inviting and functional spaces that can accommodate students, foster a love for reading, and provide educational resources. By enhancing the libraries, the project aims to create an environment that supports learning, encourages literacy, and empowers students to expand their knowledge and explore new horizons. Ultimately, the project strives to enhance educational opportunities and contribute to the holistic development of children in the community.

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