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Resources on Librarianship in Afghanistan

One of CW4WAfghan’s program areas is supporting community libraries in Afghanistan (see our Program Afghanistan Reads! for further information). This section of the website is to share good practices, lessons learned, networks and resources from our involvement in the libraries and reading sector in Afghanistan.

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cw4wafghan moderates a listserv for subscribers to exchange information, coordinate, plan and have general discussions on libraries and books initiatives in afghanistan. members manage their own subscriptions via a . subscribers are asked to keep all posts relevant to this topic, to be succinct, and respectful in all communication.

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for those who may inquire about sending books to afghanistan from canada, please be advised that cw4wafghan does not have a books donation program. while there are occasionally programs that provide this opportunity, overall it is prohibitively expensive to ship books (or any items) from abroad to afghanistan. we prefer to purchase local books to equip our libraries with these much needed resources. this in turn helps to stimulate the afghan economy and support local publishing.

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  • 三分pk拾计划下载Hoopoe Books is an imprint of , whose goal is to publish books that not only entertain but help children and young adults understand themselves and their world. In Afghanistan, Hoopoe has published a series of bilingual children’s books in Dari, Pashto, English and several minority languages of Afghanistan. CW4WAfghan partners with Hoopoe in several ways. We distribute their books in schools and libraries across Afghanistan, and we funded the first print run of a Pashai edition of one of their storybooks.

  • : The Rahila Educational and Resource Center (RERC) in Kabul envisions a society where education and the pursuit of knowledge at school and university levels is made accessible to all so everyone can fulfill their potential. RERC provides books and a space for students to promote reading, learning and research; computers, internet, and digital resources for students; sponsorship for needy school students in their pursuit of entering university; educational consultancy for school and university students to help them pursue education in prestigious schools and universities abroad; and advocacy for youth access to education at school level.

  • : Pen Path Civil Society (PPCS) was founded by Mateullah Wesa of Kandahar in 2009, and has so far assisted 1 million poor children to be able to access books and stationery, and has helped 3,000 orphaned children enroll in school. PPCS works to raise citizens' awareness of their right to education, advocate for schools to be reopened, for girs' equal access to education, and for every village to have a school. PPCS works to collect and distribute books to primary schools in rural areas and to establish new libraries. Read more at 
  • Read to Lead Afghanistan (R2L), a grassroots organization based in Kabul, works one-on-one with child workers in Kabul to ensure school enrollment through sports, literacy, art and mentorship programs. R2L provides children with sports uniforms, coaches, mentors, books, school supplies, winter clothes and other necessities. "Our children are often the main breadwinners of their family, making approximately 100-200 AFG a day (1.50 to 2.50 dollars). Most are exposed to drug and substance abuse through their parents which create a vulnerable and unstable environment and force them to work. Read to Lead Afghanistan is committed to supporting children who are exploited as child workers in Kabul. We not only work with children but their families as well in ensuring access to healthcare, financial opportunities and sustainability."
  • 三分pk拾计划下载In 2013, Book Cottage was established as a community library in Kabul, Afghanistan. The initial funding came from . Today, Book Cottage is still based in Kabul, but has grown to include volunteers that span international borders. Book Cottage is a grassroots movement of motivated volunteers that seeks to pave the way for social and behavioral change through reading. Since its founding, Book Cottage has held numerous community events, including readings for primary school students and street children, as well as hosting speakers and organizing book drives.

  • : this initiative of the Dupree Foundation produces the Able Box Libraries, small collections of high quality local language books produced for Afghan readers. Below is a link to a CW4WAfghan hand-out on the Able Box Libraries. CW4WAfghan orders these libraries to equip our own schools and village libraries with books.

  • :三分pk拾计划下载 A bookstore and book café in Kabul

  • 三分pk拾计划下载: book club afghanistan is the biggest organized community of readers in afghanistan, and its aim is to promote book reading in afghanistan, especially among youth and students. two afghan youth, jamshid and atifa, came up with the idea, drawing from the huge influence books had had on their own lives, and were soon joined by an enthusiastic team of dedicated and passionate afghan readers. they wanted others to discover a love of reading as they had, and use books to help people find their true potential. the club sees "book reading as a tool of self-help through which people can make their own and other people’s lives better and change the society’s view towards things for better”. is some coverage (in dari) on voa news about the club. the club meets every two weeks and undertakes the following activities: 

- Book-Talks: Members who have read books are invited to do a presentation on their book.

- Book Summary:三分pk拾计划下载 Each individual who has read books during the previous two weeks can summarize the book for others. 

- Writers:三分pk拾计划下载 Published writers are invited to speak as special guests about their work. 

三分pk拾计划下载​for more information, visit the club’s , or contact jamshid at:

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  • The  has launched a campaign called  to promote a culture of reading in Afghan homes:  "The #9to10 hashtag is launched to encourage Afghan families to start reading books every night from 9:00 pm to 10:00 pm. It's a time to turn off the TVs, put our mobile phones in silent mode, gather family members and start reading books. To promote it, you can use the #9to10 hashtag by posting the name of the books you are reading, a picture of the passage you are reading or the encouraging posts you publish in your Facebook timeline or Twitter feed to support this initiative. Let's spread the culture of reading books, let's read books from #9to10!” CW4WAfghan is thrilled to endorse this campaign which supports the objectives of our Afghanistan Lowalee! / Afghanistan Reads! Program.

  • 三分pk拾计划下载 (in dari/farsi) about a group of 15 young women in kandahar who established a community library.

  • Moksa Mobile Library .

  • Saber Hosseini’s Bicycle Mobile Library

  • 三分pk拾计划下载 is a small community library in a Kabul neighbourhood founded by an Afghan woman.

  • :  Books With Wings is a collaborative project between Canadian and American university students and their counterparts in Afghanistan, sending tons of donated books to the universities of Afghanistan. They need student leaders to form many more chapters to meet the requests for books.

  • ALCTS: The Association for Library Collections & Technical Services (ALCTS), a division of the American Library Association, accepts grant applications for the ALCTS online Fundamentals courses. One free seat per section is available to librarians and information professionals from developing countries. For full information about the grant, including criteria and a link to the application form, please see:

  • Afghan Research and Evaluation Unit: The AREU is an independent research organization in Kabul with a library of Afghanistan-specific materials, a collection of over 16,000 titles that is fully searchable online. The library is located in the AREU office (Hs. 144, first gate on the right, 3rd street on the left from Charahi Haji Yacoub toward Charahi Shaheed, Shahr-i-Naw, Kabul). It is open for researchers from 9am-12.30pm and 1-4pm, Sunday to Thursday (during Ramadan 8am-2pm). Closed on public holidays. All materials are available for use within the library, and photocopying is available. No materials can be borrowed. To contact the library staff, email .af

  • 三分pk拾计划下载 The AUA has their library catalog online, as well as links to open access books and journals, though most resources are for AUA students.

  • :三分pk拾计划下载 This library functions to expand the reading culture among children and youth of Afghanistan. It is currently operating in a public high school in Kabul.

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