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LEMA INSTITUTE TO ESTABLISH A 30,000 VOLUME COMMUNITY LIBRARY IN MBAITOLI, IMO STATE, NIGERIA
The LEMA Institute has completed plans to establish a modern community library at Ofekata, Mbaitoli Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria.
The LEMA Community Library when completed will house over 30,000 hard cover books and over 100,000 digital resources and E-books. The Community Library will have a children's, youth and general sections, and will provide books for all kinds of knowledge, be it in Theology, Arts, Sciences and Technical Education.
With diverse local and international books, and access to worldwide resources through the internet , the LEMA Community Library in Mbaitoli will be a center for research and development; a place of intellectual growth for learners of all ages and interests.
We are glad to announce that the books and materials for this Library are already on their way to Nigeria and will be fully installed and ready for commissioning before the end of 2019.
The LEMA Institute would like to thank the Vine Institute (Formerly Salt Lake Theological Seminary), Utah for donating 27,000 Theological books. The LEMA Institute also thanks the Lawrence Memorial Public Library of Climax, Michigan for donating science and technology books and the numerous families that donated youth/children's books and books of diverse disciplines.
The Library is being donated to and will be managed by One Degree Foundation, a leadership and community development NGO based in Imo State of Nigeria.
For more information, to donate or to get involved in this exciting project please visit https://www.lemainstitute.org/lema-community-library