Photograph: L/A Primary School, Fotobi, Ghana.
(Provided by Peace Corps Volunteers Mark and Sarah Axness.)




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SABRE FOUNDATION, INC., founded in 1969, works to build free institutions and to examine the ideals that sustain them. Its largest current project makes millions of dollars’ worth of donated new books available to needy individuals in developing and transitional societies worldwide through non-governmental partner organizations, libraries, universities, schools, research organizations and other similar institutions. In its newest initiative, Library and Information Technology Services, Sabre helps organizations in these regions take advantage of rapidly evolving Internet and related information technologies. Sabre also sponsors domestic and international symposia and philosophical publications which explore the nature and accountability of free institutions. Sabre is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization under the U.S. Internal Revenue Code, and is registered as a Private Voluntary Organization with the U.S. Agency for International Development.

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SCIENTIFIC ASSISTANCE PROJECT STEERING COMMITTEE
AFRICA ADVISORY COMMITTEE

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