Lubuto Library Partners: Helping vulnerable children in Africa

In Africa’s Bemba language, the word Lubuto means “knowledge, enlightenment and light”. It’s perhaps, then, the perfect name for a string of public libraries helping street children, orphans and disadvantaged youths in Zambia. In Perspective, we spoke to the president and founder of Lubuto Library Partners, Jane Kinney Meyers.

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