Mohammed Tahir and Carmela Mancini, Slum-Library Project2016-11-26T16:39:13+00:00
A youth boy and older male youth sit with pieces of paper that read about children's rights.

Mohammed Tahir and Carmela Mancini, Slum-Library Project

Date grant awarded: November 26, 2016

Mohammed Tahir and Carmela Mancini are based out of Accra, Ghana, working amongst the 80,000 people to bring safe community spaces to youth. The Slum-Library Project aims to engage student’s aged between ten and eighteen years in safe and healthy activities. Old community spaces will be refurbished into free, educational centers where resources ranging from a library to a multipurpose playground will live.

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