Libraries On Wheels Are Rolling Into Combat Zones

A child-friendly space in Mosul, Iraq. Photo: Arete/War Child UK.

A group called War Child based in the UK, dedicates itself to helping children and families in war-torn areas all over the world.

In In this Good.is article we see one of its projects, bringing mobile learning and libraries to children in desperate need. So much is needed of course, in the way of basic necessities in war-torn areas, and books and playful learning can mediate the stress and trauma children have after being subjected to the horrors they have nothing to do with.

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