English Language Fellow Andy Fuller has started a fundraising campaign to bring books to his university in Comoros.

The project, English Books for Comoros, is facilitated by Books For Africa, a non-profit that brings books and other literacy resources to different countries in Africa. Fuller has already raised nearly $5,500 of the $14,375 goal.

Fuller and his students created a promotional video for the project, which you can view here. Donations to the project are accepted here.

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