Posted on March 23, 2019 at 4:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

While certainly there are parts of the Western Hemisphere that struggle to fund or access libraries, it’s fair to say that almost all of us must count our blessings when compared to Indonesia.

The Guardian, in a series of articles looking at pressing problems around the world, examined the difficulties that this island nation has in particular.

It’s not simply poverty — there are also geographic hurdles. But in spite of this, there’s no shortage of innovative, driven people who manage to connect readers with books.

Read about the mobile, self-funded libraries of Indonesia in the Guardian.

Tagged As: Libraries, The Guardian

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