You are invited to attend a presentation featuring
Jane Kinney Meyers
President and Founder, Lubuto Library Project, Inc.
"The Lubuto Library Project - - Opening doors of opportunity to Africa's most vulnerable youth"
Lubuto Libraries are internationally recognized as a model for serving disadvantaged children, with specially designed programs led by local professionals that support children in developing their talents, skills, and self-esteem. The Lubuto Project supports the psycho-social and educational needs of children and youth that no one else is reaching, especially out-of-school children and street youth. It offers programs such as Motivational Mentoring and Counseling, One Laptop Per Child, Visual and Performing Arts, Health and HIV/AIDS Education, along with reading, storytelling and literacy programming. For more information on the Lubuto Project, click on www.Lubuto.org.
Date: Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Time: 11:00 am to 12:00 noon
Location: The World Bank J Building, 1-050 Auditorium ; 701 18th Street, NW (corner of 18th and Pennsylvania, enter on 18th Street); Washington, DC 20433
Please share this invitation with others who may be interested.
Greta D. Ober
DC-SLA Past-President (2009)
Past-Chair, SLA Social Science Division (2007)