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Mbuka CCAP Malawi

New Deer Church came to Books Abroad to select and pack books into Banana boxes .  These were then loaded into a van and transported down to Dundee for inclusion into a container shipment to Malawi. New Deer Church have being working on a joint project  with M’buka CCAP Primary School in Lilongwe, Malawi. These were gratefully received as the extract of a letter received by

March 22nd, 2020|News|

Books to Ghana

A Banff couple recently helped us to deliver more books to Read for Kids in Ghana. They each took a suitcase half filled with books which were gratefully received.

March 17th, 2020|News|

School Book Donations

We are delighted that we receiving more and more offers of books in schools throughout the UK.We have been pleased to recently receive several pallets of school books. These have come from schools in Fochabers, Inverurie, Brighton, Edinburgh and Glasgow. All of these books were a great addition to our book stocks here in Rhynie and volunteers are getting them ready for our next shipment to

March 12th, 2020|News|

Book Donations from Lliswerry High School

We recently received a large donation of books from Lliswerry High School in Newport, Wales. All of these books would have been going to landfill if the Science Team and Eco Schools Lead group did not take time and effort to source pallets, pack books into boxes and then cling wrap to secure the load and also keep it watertight. We are very grateful for this

March 12th, 2020|News|

More from Sierra Leone

It is always good to know that the work we do is appreciated as this extract from Educaid's recent report on our shipment to Sierra Leone shows: The books from Books Abroad have been and will continue to be extremely useful as they have contributed in improving the standards of literacy among staff and students in the EducAid Schools and beyond.  Reading is the most important

March 9th, 2020|News|

Update on Juliet Johnston School, Ghana

Further to our earlier update on the Help Tafo Trust where books were sent to the Juliet Johnston School in Ghana and a thank you letter from Juliet Gladys Osafo was received.  The school has always had a big drive on improving reading but this always proved difficult because they were so short of books. Juliet Johnston School was only established in 2003 in a very

February 17th, 2020|News|