February 1, 2007 at 12:48 pm 9 comments

Thanks for this comment from Esther K Obachi, Secretary of the Kenyan Library Association:

I appreciate the efforts you made in coming up with the content of this Blog. The Kenya Library Association also tried to document the Nairobi WSF. The Association had noted with disappointment that the previous WSFs were not systematically documented. Hence we mobilized a few librarians from East Africa to do so using a media Wiki. You are welcome to the site.

Media coverage of the WSF should also be available soon on the WSF website.


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