Bolivia builds over 400 libraries for prisoners, indigenous


‘Construction of the libraries form part of a literacy campaign in Bolivia targeting historically-oppressed communities.

The Bolivian government has created over 400 community libraries as part of a program called Bolivia Reads, a nationwide campaign promoting literacy in rural and urban areas across the country.’

Bolivia Prepares Literacy Programs in 36 Indigenous Languages

The libraries are designated for prisoners, Indigenous communities, people with disabilities, campesinos and the elderly.–20170721-0006.html


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