I’m in Namibia to visit staff and partners for our Library Development Program, and over the past couple of days we traveled to the northern part of the country to visit the sites of the new Regional Resource and Study Centres (RSRCs). The work that the Namibia Library and Archives Service and the Millennium Challenge Account – Namibia put into these buildings is evident and impressive. Careful thought went into the building design – loads of natural light, incorporating existing vegetation into the design and landscaping, using thatching to provide shade. I’ve posted a few pictures of the buildings below, and look forward to sharing photos of the RSRCs bustling with people once they’re open.
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We’re always on the lookout for great photos from our partner libraries. This one, from the Pryluky Children’s Library in Ukraine, is just too cute for words.
The pictures we get from our work are so often of people sitting around a conference table or in front of a computer screen. This one is a group of Romanian librarians participating in an icebreaker at one of the first rounds of training. It’s so delightful, I just had to share.