Mr. Coulibaly is a Malian of Ivorian origin. After completing his primary and elementary school certificate (Common Entrance Certificate), he returned to Mali to continue his secondary and higher education. He now holds a Master’s degree in philosophy and is completing a Master’s degree in Chinese philosophy. At the same time, he teaches philosophy in high schools and runs the Lôniso school “Temple du Savoir” in Kati, a town located 15 km from Bamako
Muna Kalati is recruiting a knowledge management Officer for a period of 1 year. He/she will be responsible for the identification, collection, formatting and diffusion of knowledge (text, audiovisual) around the children’s book industry in Africa. The aim is to increase the visibility and recognition of Muna Kalati as a knowledge hub leader in the children’s book industry in Africa. He or she will develop research partnerships with other associations, libraries, networks, etc in Africa and beyond and will work closely with the Children book programme officer and the Communications Officer
On October 27, 2021 was held an experience sharing around the theme “how to make reading a hobby in your little one?” The organizer of the activity Nadine Mekougoum, sociologist and promoter of Harambee Africa shared her experience on the issue, on the Facebook page, Parents 2.0. She focused on her experience gained through exchanges with some families and her active participation in the Read’arts workshops. She came up with a few tips that parents can use.