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The five innovative librarians: clockwise, from top left, Momoh Mansaray (Sierra Leone), Allan Hagwelele (Zambia), Yusuf Ganyana Juma (Kenya), Jemmimah Wangechi Maragwa (Kenya) and Mostafa Mahammad Tuhami (Egypt).
11 Feb 2021
Congratulations to five young African public library innovators who have been selected by EIFL to speak at the 4th conference of the African (...)
The Award trophy - a brass spiral with a star on top!
19 Jan 2021
Libraries across the world locked down under national restrictions to halt the spread of COVID-19 found innovative ways of continuing services, (...)
Computer training in a public library
16 Oct 2020
EIFL has signed a call for urgent action to ensure that every community has access to at least one free, publicly-available, adequately connected (...)
A photo of the trophy - a brass spiral with a star on top.
01 Sep 2020
This call closed on 16 November 2020. We'll be announcing winners early in 2021 - watch our website for the announcement, or follow us on social (...)
A group of librarians learning digital skills.,
06 Aug 2020
EIFL and partners have received a grant for a project that will enable 25 public and community libraries to provide digital literacy training to (...)
28 Apr 2020
“The library is closed to the public until further notice.” Messages like this have been posted on the doors and gates of public libraries across (...)
EIFL Public Library Innovation Award trophy - brass spiral with a star on top.
03 Feb 2020
Public libraries are playing a vital role in helping people get online by providing access to computers and workspaces, teaching ICT skills and (...)