Planning your summer holidays? Get inspired by our volunteer's story!
Rosa and Emilia spent few weeks at our library. They got to know about our library through another volunteer, who visited us few years ago. We are happy that those experiences are positive and hope more people will come to experience them.Read more.
Manon's stay in Madagascar
stayed one month in Ambohitrakely library in Madagascar, in november. That was an incredible experience! It is very dificult to describe it. I was really stressed before my departure, especially beacuse of i don't like to be alone and there was not...Read more.
Tatyana stays a month in Madagascar
My volunteering in Bookfeeding project 29.11.2018 – 13.01.2019 , Ambohitrakely, Mahitsy, Madagasksr A small village with a real life in 30 km from Antananarivo, Madagascar. I was here a 1.5 months volunteer in library and the locals gave me a real...Read more.
Giving back to the community
This is the second publication of our series of interviews Humans of Bookfeeding, where we introduce local Bookfeeders. This time we interviewed Ben Peter Msiko, a very active member at Bookfeeding Project Koguta in Kenya and board member of the self-organised youth initiative Chill Club.Read more.
Chill Club - Educating Young people about reproductive and sexual health
Alena recently visited our library in Koguta. The community is very active and is using the resources from library very seriously. One project they want to start has however caught Alena's attention...Read more.
Changing lives through education and sports
We are starting a new series of interviews where we would like to introduce our local Bookfeeders, starting with Haggai Otieno Amonde from Kenya. Haggai is in charge of the management of the library in Likoni, a slum area outside the Mombasa Island in the south of Kenya.Read more.
Cooking classes in Koguta, Kenya
When I was planning my trip around Africa, Kenya was actually not on my „to do list“, as I didn´t have the best references on this country: overcrowded, too commercial, not safe etc. However, flight via Nairobi was far too cheap not to buy it, so I...Read more.