The Rebecca Foundation has commissioned the Daffiam Bussie Issa and the Wenchi libraries in the Upper West and Bono Region respectively. The libraries are now part of the network of public libraries managed by the Ghana Library Authority after a short ceremony at the two locations.
The Eastern Regional Library in a bid to inculcate the habit of reading in the youth has launched an innovative programme dubbed “The Platinum Reader”.
The Central Regional Library has introduced the “Read Series”; another COVID19 intervention by the region to deliver library services to patrons.
Mr. Guy Amarteifio, the Volta Regional Director, Ghana Library Authority (GhLA) has called on parents and students to utilize the many online platforms available to develop their academic and professional skills in the wake of COVID-19.
The Central Regional Library in its bid to encourage and engage children while schools and library facilities are still closed has introduced an online activity known as the "Talking Books".
Three Ghanaians, namely Enoch Adjei, Hamadu Hassan and Anane Vida who have completed 102, 94 and 61 courses respectively emerged as top learners on the Commonwealth of Learning
The Eastern Regional Library, as part of its COVID-19 response has introduced the “Virtual Story Time”.
Zoomlion Ghana Ltd has extended its nationwide disinfection exercise to the Upper East Regional Library, the Greater Accra Regional Library,
The Abiriw Branch Library in the Eastern Region has received a book donation from the Okuapemman Union based in the United Kingdom (UK).
The Ghana Library Authority (GhLA) has secured scholarship slots for 1000 Ghanaians to study on Coursera. Coursera is one of the leading, globally recognized Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) platforms because
The Ghana Library Authority has unveiled its illustrious judges for The National Short Story Writing Challenge. The selected judges have played and are still playing phenomenal roles in the reading and writing industry.
The Volta Regional Library has received Personal Protective Equipment’s (PPE) from the Norvinyo Traders Association from Anloga- Keta to help in the fight against the COVID- 19 pandemic.
As part of measures to stimulate the minds of young people and to optimize responsible use of time during the stay-at-home efforts of government to fight the spread of COVID-19, the Ghana Library Authority, has launched the “National Short Story Writing Challenge”
As a response to the Covid-19 pandemic, Scholastic Incorporated, together with a local partner Smartline Limited
The Ghana Library Authority has received a book donation from the Ghana Book Trust, a Non- Governmental Organization (NGO) responsible for library development in schools and communities in the country.
As part of measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic in the country, the Ghana library Authority has shut all its 74 library facilities across the country.
The Ghana Library Authority has extended its operations to the Abuakwa North Municipality in the Eastern Region. This library increases the total number of libraries nationwide under the management of the Ghana Library Authority from 72 to 73.
Government of Ghana as part of its investment in the education sector has resourced the Ghana Library Authority with twenty (20) new Isuzu double cabin Pick-up vehicles from the Ministry of Education, funded by the Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFUND).
Authority (GhLA) and the Parliament of Ghana hold “Parliament Reads 2020” under the theme “Inspiring the Next Generation Leaders to be Readers.”
The Ghana Library Authority has inaugurated the Jaman North Municipal library, bringing the number of public libraries under the management of the Authority in the country to 72.
Ghana Library Authority (GhLA) with support of Newmont Ghana has completed refurbishment works on the Sunyani children’s library. In 2018, the Authority rolled out an ‘Adopt a library’ campaign inviting corporate institutions to adopt libraries and support overall operations.
Ghana Library Authority has secured additional 1000 scholarship slots with funding support from Commonwealth of Learning, bringing its total
The Ghana Library Authority (GhLA) in the Northern Region in collaboration with Friends Eye Care on Friday organised free eye screening and health promotion exercise for the public in Tamale.
The Eastern Regional Library, Koforidua marked the International Book Giving Day at Osabeane Islamic School in the quest to promote reading and life-long learning among children.
The Central Regional Library has donated a collection of fiction and non-fiction books to the New Life International Children’s home, a foster home and its school, Newness Preparatory School, both located at Ansapetu in the Cape Coast North Constituency, as part of activities marking the International Book Giving day.
The Ghana Library Authority is 70 years and has declared 2020 as the Year of Learning after a successful year of reading in 2019
The Ghana Library Authority (GhLA) has embarked on a nationwide ‘Read Walk’ to create awareness on reading and the existence of public libraries in the country.
The Ghana Library Authority, an agency under the Ministry of Education showcased its
The Governing Board, Management and staff of Ghana Library Authority(GhLA) held a thanksgiving service to mark the beginning of celebrations of their 70th anniversary under the theme, ‘’70 Years of Transforming Minds through Libraries.’’
One more library has been added to the 70 public libraries under the management of Ghana Library Authority (GhLA).
As part of Ghana Library Authority’s Year of Learning strategy, it has launchedan initiative, called “Read2skill” to enable Ghanaians have the opportunity to undertake courses on the world largest open learning platform, Udemy.
The Ghana Library Authority (GhLA) has declared 2020 as the Year of Learning, under the theme “70 years of Transforming Minds through Libraries,” in commemoration of its 70 years of existence.
The Volta and Oti wing of the Ghana Library Authority have attained great strides in
The Western Region has won the Ghana Library Authority’s maiden National Reading competition organized in Accra.
Ghana Library Authority has reaffirmed its objective of creating a conducive environment for patrons by upgrading its children’s corner in four regions.
The Ghana Library Authority launched a Children’s Corner at the Northern Regional Library as part of it objectives
The Ghana Library Authority is upgrading public libraries across the country to encourage patronage from the public.
The Ghana Library Authority in collaboration with Book Aid International has launched a Children’s Corner at the Central Regional Library.
The Ghana Library Authority (GhLA) is set to host its maiden National Reading Festival
As part of efforts to promote the study of STEM related subjects, the Ghana Library Authority in collaboration with Book Aid International and Aggreko has launched a STEM Study Hub at the Eastern Regional Library.
The Adentan Municipal Assembly represented by Theodora Ackon Mensah, has emerged the winner in the recent Greater Accra Reading Competition held at the Accra Central Library.
African Ministers with oversight responsibilities for Libraries as well as Directors of Public Libraries have pledged to scale up advocacy for the inclusion of libraries in the development process of their respective countries.
The Adentan Municipal Assembly represented by Theodora Ackon Mensah,
The 3rd Ministerial Roundtable for African Ministers with oversight responsibilities for Libraries has opened in Accra under the auspices of the Ministry of Education.
Ministers and delegates from 12 African countries responsible for libraries will be meeting on
As part of objectives set by the Library Authority in the Year of Reading to make public libraries in the country
The Ghana Library Authority in collaboration with Book Aid International and Aggreko has launched a Science, Technology...
The Eastern Regional Library as part of its Year of Reading activities inaugurated a Readers' club at New Juaben and Asokore
The Global Evangelical Primary School in Keta has won the 2019 basic schools reading competition in the Volta Region.
The Ghana Library Authority has ended its first ever nationwide training programme for Senior High School Librarians in Tamale.
The Ghana Library Authority has outdoored four new libraries in the New Juaben Municipality of the Eastern Region.
Ghana Library Authority in collaboration with Book Aid International has marked 2019 International Literacy Day in Koforidua in the Eastern Region, to highlight the country's progress in public and school library development.
The Ghana Library Authority as parts of efforts to maintain reading culture
Ghana Library Authority has outdoored a library management manual as part of its efforts to instill a reading culture among young people in Ghana in the year of Reading
A nationwide training programme for Senior High School Librarians has commenced in Ashanti Region.
The Eastern Regional Library has organised its annual Regional and Spelling Competition
The Ghana Library Authority (GhLA) with the support of the Education Ministry is set to begin a nationwide residential training programme for Senior High School (SHS) librarians.
The Worldreader's Local Content for African Libraries (LOCAL) in partnership with African Library and Information
Sixteen years after the Sunyani Library Complex was awarded for construction, the project has not been completed to be used for its intended purpose.
The Ghana Library Authority (GLA) in the Northern Region has organised its second personality reading for some selected students in the Tamale Metropolis to encourage them in their reading habits.
The Ghana Library Authority has commissioned a new library at Krofrom in the Ashanti Region.
The Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communications (GIFEC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Ghana Library Authority to commence a partnership
The Ghana Library Authority in collaboration with the Ministry of Education
Efforts are being made to revamp libraries in the country as well as increase the reading habit of the Ghanaian child.
Mr Hayford Siaw, the Acting Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Library
The Executive Director (Ag.) of Ghana Library Authority, Hayford Siaw
The Ghana Library Authority (GLA) has declared 2019 as Year of Reading