Library builds future for Sierra Leone

This new library in Waterloo is to be named after the famous abolitionist Olaudah Equiano.

The Equiano Centre in Waterloo, Sierra Leone, is a library for a community that missed over a decade of education during the country’s bloody civil war. Designed by architect Willson & Bell and engineer Ramboll Whitby Bird, the £1 million project goes on site early next year and will be ...

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