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Library Report 2020

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In response to the coronavirus pandemic, and in line with other educational establishments in Malawi, we were forced to shut our community library for seven months during 2020.

However, when the library did re-open later in 2020, the locals came back to read the newspapers and a higher number than usual read books at the library too.

Head librarian Burton said, “I think people have missed reading so when the library re-opened, they were keen to come back.”

Read the full Library Report for 2020 here.

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