An Indonesian man and his favorite horse deliver books to children every week.
A man and a horse named Luna are encouraging rural kids in Indonesia to read.
Earlier this year, Ridwan Sururi, 42, who takes care of horses for a living, built a wooden box to place on Luna’s back and loaded it with children’s books. He calls the project Kudapustaka, which means “horse library” in Indonesian.
“I love horses, and I want this hobby to bring benefit to people,” Sururi told BBC News.
Sururi takes his horse library through the Purbalingga region of central Java three days a week, delivering books to children at schools where many educational resources are limited. All of the books are donated, and he doesn’t charge a fee for borrowing.
Read the full article at http://www.takepart.com/video/2015/10/27/horse-library
Arti ( on behalf of the OELP Team) We are happy to inform you that a three day workshop on “Art, Creative Expressions and Book Making” was organised by OELP from the 21st to 23rd of August 2015 at Nallu village and was attended by our village library members from Patan, Kankniawas , Phaloda and.