Grants for Innovative Libraries in Developing Countries
From: Kikandwa Rural
- Programs to enhance library infrastructure, technology or information services in ways that significantly expand their ability to make STM (scientific/social sciences, technical and medical) information available to those who need it — researchers, clinicians, students, policymakers and the wider public
- Programs that expand library information resources in the developing world through digitization or preservation of information that advances science, health, the environment, and indigenous knowledge.
- Training and education programs for library staff, students or researchers, contributing to sustainable improvements in the library’s capacity to provide STM information in the developing world.
- Partnerships between libraries in the developing countries and institutions in the developed countries to provide technical assistance or training. Developed country partner organizations include libraries, learned societies, universities, intergovernmental organizations and other non-profit organizations.
Kibaya Robert Executive Director/ Founder Kikandwa Rural Communities Development Organization - KIRUCODO, Organization in Special status with the Economic and Social Council of the UN since 2011 P.O.BOX 494, Kikandwa Village, Mukono, Uganda. Phone: +256-712-848448, +256-414-670686 NGO Reg. No. S.5914/6476