Librarians Without Borders: Angola and Beyond

Sellar, Melanie
October 2005
Feliciter;2005, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p229
The article features the Librarians Without Border (LWB) organization in Angola. LWB aims to provide better information resources in developing regions including an inaugural project in Angola. The project centers on medical and nursing collection for the Biblioteca Tutangi in Huambo. The library will furnish information science to students.


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