Ghana Libraries May 2021 attendance and report

Paul Ayuretoliya writes: This is a summary of CESRUD/FAVL Ghana librarians for the month of May 2021. The three respective community libraries librarian’s reports that patronage for the Month of May was better than that of the previous month with many of Ghana’s schools reopening. At the Sumbrungu community library, the librarians reported that patronage to the library was good because of the resumption of the basics schools and the interesting library activities that took place during the month. At the Sherigu community library, the librarian also reports that there was an increment in the number of patrons recorded in May than the previous month. She captures group reading and individual reading as the interesting activities that took place in the month. The Gowrie-Kunkua librarian reported that attendance to the library for May was good especially during the day time. The library reopening has prompted a great many patrons to visit at all hours of operation. In conclusion the librarians expressed their appreciations on behalf of their community and library’s users to the director CESRUD and the board, director of FAVL the FAVL team and all who supports reading around the world.