Since 2009 we have developed libraries to bring good reading material to the host community and in particular to indigent communities. We have partnered with Government, corporate organisations and families on this programme. We have set up 3 full libraries and 13 ‘seed’ libraries which consist of branded book shelves containing about 500 books which we donate to communities which have neither the facility nor the resource for a full-fledged library. It is hoped that this seed planted would encourage the recipient and other donors to eventually develop a proper library.

12009St. Benedict’s Primary SchoolOgoja
22010Christ Our Refuge HomeKahawa Sukari, Kenya
32010Christ the King’s Primary SchoolOkpoma
(December 25) 2013
Our Saviour’s OrphanageRumuokoro
The Good Shepherd FoundaMgbuoba
The David Bassey Ikpeme FoundaEagle Island
5Children's Day (May 27) 2014The Compassion CentreNkpogwu
Badamia Home for Street ChildrenRumuomasi
The Cheshire HomeBorokiri
6Independence Day (October 1) 2014The Remand HomeBorokiri
Port Harcourt PrisonsTown
The Child Special SchoolD/Line

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Koko Kalango, Sec. to Cross River State Govt. Fidelis Ugbo, former Governor Rivers State Anthony Ukpo at the opening of the library in Ogoja in 2009
Children at the Good Shepherd Home with their seed library in December 2013
Madeline Poirier, Founder of Badamia Home for Street Children, Koko Kalango, and Governor Chibuike Amaechi at the presentation of a seed library to the home to mark Children's Day 2014