IN DEC 2020
Share A Book India Association (SABIA) is committed to building a reading community that is socially and environmentally responsible.
learn through our
and reading programs.
Over the last 3 years, we have shared 21,000 BOOKS
with the help of 900 VOLUNTEERS
& 150 SCHOOL TEACHERS
We are also determined to develop braille/audio libraries in schools for children with special needs. We are already in talks to establish our
first such library in Kota, Rajasthan.
located in 16 STATES
& 3 UTs (Delhi, Kashmir and Ladakh)
To make government school libraries functional and
provide students with regular access to books
To raise awareness about various government schemes among all stakeholders and ensure proper implementation of those schemes to achieve the larger goal of quality education for every child
To equip government school teachers with knowledge of library activities, read-aloud and using storytelling as a medium to improve learning levels
Making books accessible to everyone because reading should not be a privilege/luxury
Reducing school dropouts by eradicating any fear of language
Strengthening reading skills - the foundation of a child’s education
Switching paths/routes from rote learning to creative knowledge
Overall development through activities that instigate curiosity and other qualities
Raising a generation of creative thinkers, readers and leaders
Are you looking for ways to contribute to the reading movement and join our diverse team of volunteers? At SABIA, you get the opportunity to take on important roles by holding regular story-telling sessions, setting up libraries, formalising library systems, and facilitating donations. There are also other methods which involve representing us as a campus ambassador, helping with business development, photography, and much more. All these endeavours only to make sure each child gets unlimited access to the joys of reading.
The new girls in our class used to not talk at all; they were always quiet, but from the time Didi and Bhaiyya started coming, they have started interacting a lot and they don’t keep quiet even for a while now.
Pinky Ganpat Waghmare
Bhaiyya Didi taught us how to maintain library, reading, and how reading is important so thanks so much.
Shivam Vidya Mandir
We received some books from Share A Book, India (Association) and from the day we started using these books or whenever we enter the classrooms now, the kids look at us with curiosity realising that today they will get to learn something new and different to learn and read.