FAVL/CESRUD August 2021 attendance #Ghana

Paul Ayuretoliya writes: This is a summary report by the three community libraries librarians for August 2021 supervised by me. The librarians all reported that patronage to the libraries has been better and very encouraging. The libraries were all well patronized by children young adults and adults alike, they all visited the libraries and read different kinds of story books, worked on their assignments, studied in groups and played games. At the Sumbrungu Community Library, the librarian reported that the library recorded an increased number of patrons who visited the library both day and night time. According to him, though the patronage recorded were good, it was not as that of the previous month because the primary pupils were on vacation in that month and also due to some torrential rains that started early in the month and has not stop yet. At the Sherigu Community Library, the librarian reported that patronage to the library was good. The night time of operations recorded more patrons than that of the day time, final year basic pupils/students who are currently preparing for the BECE exams in November made good use of the library in the night time resulting in the high numbers recorded during the night time among others. At the Gowrie-Kunkua Community library, patronage to the library was good. The librarians all concluded their reports by extending their sincere thanks to FAVL, CESRUD and all those who supports in promoting the joy of reading.

Below is the table of statistics for August 2021.