A Partnership Project Agreement Between Book Aid Internationa, London & Hawassa University, Ethiopia [2020/2022]


Academic Libraries
[University /College, Primary & Secondary School Libraries]

Till April 2022, the Overall Supervisor of the Partnership Project was Mesay Hailu (MPH, PhD), the previous Vice President for Administration & Students Services of Hawassa University, Ethiopia, currently , Director General, Ethiopian Public Health Institute.

After April 2022, the Overall Supervisor of the Partnership Project is

Dr. Samuel Jilo,

Vice President for Administration & Students Services of Hawassa University, Ethiopia.

Coordinator of the Partnership Project :

Mulugeta W/Tsadik, Librarian &  Coordinator of Library Partnership & Collaboration Projects @ Hawassa University, Ethiopia

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KEY STEPS of Book Aid International Donation Guideline :

  • Starting a partnership with a Book Aid International
  • Receiving the books from the Consignee/Distribution Partner of BAI
  • Sorting the books
  • Distribution to target beneficiaries
  • Reporting to Book Aid International

Each step in this guideline covers a different stage of the books donation process, from the moment we enter into a Partnership with Book Aid International to the time when we are sorting and ready to distribute the books and finally report back to Book Aid International, as outlined in the below graph:

Book Aid International Donation Guidelines Graph

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Morocho primary school students with newly donated Book Aid International books. Sidama National Regional State, Ethiopia CHECK OUT & VISIT MORE

“We didn’t have books at our school but now we have the opportunity to read many books.”– Lamine, student, Sowadin Memorial School, Ghana

“I want to finish school, go to university and be a doctor. I want to take my medical exam and pass. Books give me hope for my future because I have seen others in books doing things that I want to do.” – Martha, 17, Zambia.

Read Martha’s story here: bit.ly/2ZbJTIr

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