Project Educate in Africa Club Challenges Bryn Mawr Community to Donate 1,000 Children’s Books

Posted April 26th, 2012 at 2:02 pm.

The following email was sent by Malate-Ann Atajiri ’12, president of Project Education in Africa, on Wednesday, April 25:


Bryn Mawr’s Project Educate in Africa club is soliciting the help of Bryn Mawr faculty and staff to help us set up the Asakraka Community Library in Ghana. This semester we were able to raise enough books and funds to set up a library at the Enhlanganwesi High school in Swaziland. 

We are challenging the Bryn Mawr community to help us raise 1000 children’s books within the next 10 days to set up another library! This is the perfect opportunity to give your old kids’ books to a wonderful cause. Book collection boxes are located in the campus center, Thorne school, park science and the different dorms. We accept all types of kids’ books from pre-school to 8th grade.
Thanks for all your help!
Malate-Ann Atajiri ’12
President, Project Educate in Africa
Any questions? Feel free to contact matajiri@bmc, ccolumbus@bmc

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