Our Results

At The Library Project, we believe that measuring our impact is incredibly important. It provides data so that we can continually improve our programs. We also believe it is important to communicate, both the successes and challenges, that we face to those that support us.

We have impacted one million children through our education programs.

A safe space for children to learn, grow, and explore the world.

Provides students and teachers easy access to a classroom library.

A comprehensive training course for teachers and administrators.

A home library for children to learn, grow and explore the world.

Inclusive books focusing on STEAM education and literature.

During this calendar year, we are working with over two hundred schools.

We consider every school that we work with a partner.

58 Regions Impacted

We work throughout China and Vietnam improving children's education.

272 Government Partners

We work closely with government partners at each school we support.

Generous corporate investors make our programs possible.

We conduct education programs in China and Vietnam.

Measuring Our Results

At The Library Project, we believe measuring our impact is important.

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Results in China

Over one-million children, teachers and parents impacted since 2006.

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Results in Vietnam

We work in rural communities throughout China and Vietnam.

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1,133,000 Children Benefited

To date, we have impacted over one million children by providing access to libraries in their rural primary schools. The beautiful thing about a school library is it lives, it stays just as relevant on day one as it will ten years into the future. Because of this new children annually gain access to these beautiful libraries and the total impact a library has on a community grows annually.

1,372 Reading Rooms

Reading Rooms provide an entire school with access to high-quality educational books. The schools that receive Reading Rooms are generally larger schools in rural communities. These schools have between 200-900 students in total, who each gain access to the school’s Reading Room.

3,225 STEAM Classroom Libraries

STEAM Classroom Libraries provide an entire classroom in rural Asia with access to high-quality STEAM books (science, technology, engineering, art, and math). Our libraries go directly into the classroom, providing students and teachers easy access to their library.

38,000 Teachers Trained

Training is critical to the long-term success of a library donation. Teachers at rural elementary schools receive training on how to manage their new libraries. This training course is the first day of a one-year relationship between The Library Project team that ensures each and every library we donate operates at the highest level. Training is a critical part of every library donation.

800 Children’s Literacy Bags

Children’s Literacy Bags provide a child with access to high-quality educational books. These books are theirs, and theirs alone, to be brought home.  In many cases, these books represent the first steps in having a home library.

2,059,000 Books Donated

The Library Project provides early exposure to engaging and interesting STEAM material, giving children the opportunity to spark their interest in these fields. Our STEAM resources are education-based, so children will always be learning practical knowledge through the items in our libraries. We have books that teach the engineering behind construction vehicles to stories that teach why fruit seeds won’t grow in your belly. By providing access to STEAM resources we give children in rural communities a chance to dive into the world in which they live in a new, fascinating way.

268 Active Partner Schools

We work with small elementary schools in rural communities in China and Vietnam. These small schools exist in truly remote areas, where infrastructure is lacking. These schools, often called satellite schools, exist so that every child has the opportunity to attend school. Without these schools, children would have to travel long distances with limited infrastructure to get to a larger school in the city center.

2,565 Partner Schools

We work with small elementary schools in rural communities in China and Vietnam. These small schools exist in truly remote areas, where infrastructure is lacking. These schools, often called satellite schools, exist so that every child has the opportunity to attend school. Without these schools, children would have to travel long distances with limited infrastructure to get to a larger school in the city center.

360 Corporate Partners

Our partners are an important part of The Library Project’s success. Generous corporate, foundation, and individual investors provide us with the ability to fulfill our mission as well as expand our organization.

2 Countries

The Library Project works in rural elementary schools, orphanages, and community centers in China and Vietnam.

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