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

Posted April 26, 2012

The following email was sent by Malate-Ann Atajiri ’12, president of Project Education in Africa, on Wednesday, April 25: Hello! Bryn Mawr’s Project Educate in Africa club is soliciting the help of Bryn Mawr faculty and staff to help us set up theĀ Asakraka Community Library in Ghana. This semester we were able to raise enough […]

Book Drive to Benefit Educational Initiatives in Africa

Posted October 14, 2010

The student organization Project Educate in Africa will begin its annual book drive to benefit educational initiatives in Africa on Monday, Oct. 18, says book-drive coordinator Eris Dillon. “We’re accepting any sort of book. Cookbooks, workbooks, textbooks, study guides, any sort of novel (even Twilight!), travel guides, reference books, ad infinitum,” Dillon says. Books will […]

Project Educate in Africa Book Drive to Build Library for High School in Swaziland

Posted March 4, 2010

Project Educate in Africa is holding a new book drive to build a library for the students at La Mawandla High School in Swaziland. PEIA, which hopes to reach the goal of collecting 1,000 children’s books, invites the Bryn Mawr community to provide support for the education of the children of Africa by donating books. […]

Project Educate in Africa Book Drive Most Successful Yet

Posted January 7, 2010

The Bryn Mawr community donated 2,129 books for the Fall 2009 Project Educate in Africa Book Drive!, making it the most successful yet conducted. PEIA is now working to found its own library through Friends of African Village Libraries and isĀ  collecting children’s books written at 4th-8th-grade reading level.