Librarians without borders is a non-profit organization created in 2005 by six Canadian universities “who wanted to address the vast information resource inequity existing between different regions of the world”.
They’ve launched the fifth edition of the Guatemala Service Trip. It’s a volunteering program in cooperation with the Miguel Angel Asturias Academy in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala. Their main goals are support the ILS implementation and promote library use and curriculum integration.
For those interested in the program, you can find further information here: http://lwb-online.org/guatemala2015/. Application Deadline is next February 18.