Library details: Biblioteca Rural Santa Elena is a Other library.
This library is affiliated with Red de Bibliotecas Rurales de Cajamarca (view map) . The collection of the library contains 230 volumes.
Other Info: This is another rural library. Data shows that this a particular model that began working in 1971. It has at least 500 rural libraries in small villages. There is a video in: http://www.vimeo.com/15828238 Mr. Alfredo Mires, a professional Antropologist at the helm position may be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org The project includes some publications. Information has been found saying that every library has near 230 books each, meaning that the total available could be well over 100000, a cipher that can not be trusted, since a list of all the locations is not available. The network works on a volunteering basis, with little professional help if any. There is no sign about modernization, nor about a referred urban unit probably focused in larger cities, usually a district capital. Districts are the usual units under provinces in Peru. A province can be considered as a county in the U.S. The location on the map can be trusted and has been verified in two places, out of the main highways.
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Record History: This listing was created on May 14, 2011 and was last modified on Jun 28, 2017.
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