Reading for Africa

23rd February 2001 at 00:00
(Photograph) - Coinciding with World Book Day next Thursday, Sampson Osenda, from the Ghana Library Board, is on a visit to Book Aid's offices in Camberwell, south London, Book Aid International, the chartity supported by World Book Day, sends more than 750,000 selected books to Africa, the Caribban and South East Asia. Many books are donated by publishers and the general public. They must be in good condition, no more than 10 years old, and relevant to the destination countries. Further details can be found on Photograph by JACKY CHAPMAN.

Mary Cruickshank.

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