Following a meeting held in London between BAFA and the Mozambique High Commissioner, thousands of books were dispatched to Mozambique by BAFA. The much – welcomed resource will be used in schools and in post-compulsory education.
The pictures of journals from the shipment we made being unpacked at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS), in Biriwa, Ghana
In 2015, a couple of teachers along with a few students from Ashton Park School drove all the way from South of England to Sunderland to collect books. Every summer they go over to a remote village in Tanzania to help the community build a school. After they finished building the library, books were needed. BAFA ...
The Plus In October 2011 BAFA shipped a container full of books to Ibefun’s International College. The initiative was launched by retired Chartered Accountant Pa Babatunde Taiwo who set up his own school. The sleepy, border village of Ibefun suffers from poverty and low-quality education and the College’s mission is to provide a quality education to its pupils. ...
In August 2015 Book Aid For Africa ran a hugely successful ‘Book Collection Day’ Volunteers from our Lombard Street Warehouse collected books from local shops, libraries and Universities. Big thank you to Borderline Books in Gateshead and Fulhurst Community College in Leicester in particular for their support
In May 2015 Bournemouth University students held a storybook themed fundraising event for Book Aid For Africa – a Big thank you to everyone who got involved in what looked like an amazing event.
Students from The University of Sunderland have helped us fundraise for our next shipment of books to Sudan. They’ve managed to raise over 50GBP at the B&M store in Pallion, Sunderland, UK.