Testimonials

MBAPF Has Upgraded Ain Mat Thit’s Success
The reason why Ain Mat Thit was founded is to give easy access to literature for book lovers from around Thain Za Yat to plant reading habits in kids of the future.Our ambition has succeeded as there are around 150 visitors to our library every day to read, to loan books, to use tablets, or to just enjoy the playground for kids. We never hoped for a better success. But after meeting with Dr. Thant Thaw Kaung, Teacher Daw Myat Sann Nyein, Teacher Daw Ah Win from MBAPF, and U Maung Maung Soe
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C4D Training Session-4 Interview (Yezin Agricultural University, Naypyi Taw)
C4D Training Session-4 Interview (Yezin Agricultural University, Naypyi Taw)
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C4D Training Session-5 (Mandalay – Interview)
C4D Training Session-5 (Mandalay – Interview)
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Changing Role of Public Library, Htantabin, Hlaing Thar Yar Township
Htantabin Township Library situated in the town wanted to fulfill the needs of the community but is lacking resources. One day they were introduced to Sayarma Daw Myat San Nyein by Taikkyi Township Administrator. They were given a chance to participate in a program called Beyond Access Myanmar Project and a staff member from the public library of Htantabin Township was invited to Library Education and IT class. In the class, they received three tablets with the BAM project.  
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Very Thankful to MBAPF with Joy, Arr Man Thit Library
In partnership with Ooredoo, Myanmar Book Aids and Preservation Foundation aka MBAPF has donated 6 Easy Book Laptops and 40 GB internet per month to our library. We are very grateful and delighted that we would now be able to invite experts to conduct free computer and internet courses for students and parents from the community. We wish that MBAPF grows more to support libraries and contribute more to educational works.For more details download PDF here.
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