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  • This is Ramille, a resident of BASECO.  He voluntarily collects educational books to freely lend to the kids in BASECO.
  • He believes that by creating a habit for reading, kids may eventually elevate themselves from their impoverished state of affairs.
  • Staring early this year, we have been supporting him in this selfless drive by soliciting guests to donate books and funding to build shelves and a roof for all the books, to be kept safe and dry. 
  • In the Community Library are also activities being held for the kids, like origami by our Japanese volunteers, remedial teaching by our Dutch volunteers, reading and writing by our own tourleader(s)

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