The construction and equipping of libraries, where kids can learn how to read, is another of Nordesta's educational program. The building is lit thanks to solar energy.
Libraries are places where students can gather information, exchange ideas, and improve their general culture for a better understanding of the world.
Opening a book is an inaccessible dream for many children of isolated villages. Indeed, books are mainly printed and distributed only in large cities. Lesson photocopies are the only tools teachers have at their disposal. Having access to a learning centre stimulates the natural curiosity of a child willing to learn more about the world, and represents new opportunities to discover subjects going far beyond their village life, opening perspectives for a better future.
Libraries provide help where educational standards are low and where very few parents can help their children with their homework.