Children at the Kathy Knowles Community Library, Osu, build their own home design together using Kapla, a popular wooden toy building material.
Selina, an invited community artist, showed the children and staff at our Korle Gonno Community library how to make colourful paper decorations to beautiful their library. Thank you, Selina.
Members of New Legends dance troupe and children and head librarian Joana Anane-Nsiah from our Korle Gonno Community Library rose to this exciting challenge. Link to come!
Ishmael, another dual language (Dangme/English) board book, will be ready to ship to Ghana this month. Osu Library Fund will freely distribute hundreds of copies of this title to mothers who regularly attend family planning clinics in the Ada West District of Ghana.
Please click anywhere on the above title. It will take you a video where you can enjoy a performance by the Kathy Knowles Theatre Company at our Nima Centre. Enjoy!
Children and staff members from the Kathy Knowles Community Library, Osu, enjoy an annual tradition of breaking open a piñata. It was made at their library!
Nima and Maamobi participants attended a workshop at the Nima Centre and learned how to make soap, hand sanitizer, beaded products, and leather sandals.
Children enjoy jigsaw puzzles and educational games are our libraries.
Ghanaian children have been away from school since mid-March and will be returning in mid-January. During this period, librarians at Goi initiated an exciting reading clinic to help children with literacy-enhanced learning activities.
On Sunday November 29, 2020, the people village of Kablevu witnessed the opening of their library. Children recited poetry, Kablevu’s youth group announced their support, and the chief pledged his gratitude. Everyone had the opportunity to visit inside. Afterwards the celebration continued with dancing and frozen yoghurt!