Since February 2013, Libraries Without Borders has participated in the creation of a sound library in Port-au-Prince to facilitate the access of books to the visually impaired and to promote Haitian literature in the country.

NFL Donates books to LWB to benefit schools of the Collegiate Academies network in New Orleans, Louisiana. 

After a very successful crowdfunding campaign, a third BiblioTaptap is joining the first two bookmobiles already present in Port-au-Prince and the North Department.

Designed in partnership with the UNHCR and world famous creator Philippe Starck, the Ideas Box is an innovate device that will deliver access to information, culture and knowledge for people emerging from humanitarian crises.

LWB will begin work on the French version of the online learning platform that teaches computer programming ​​and will participate in its implementation throughout the Francophone world.

Since January 8, 2014, Libraries Without Borders leads a pilot trial of the Khan Academy in Cameroon!

Deputy High Commissioner of the UNHCR T. Alexander Aleinikoff speaks about the possibilities offered by new technologies in refugee camps.

Designed in partnership with the UN Refugee Agency and world renowned creator Philippe Starck, the Ideas Box was unveiled Friday October 11th at the Paris City Hall in the presence of Patrick Weil, Chairman of LWB, Alexander Soros, Chairman of the AS Foundation, and Pierre Schapira, Deputy Mayor of the City of Paris.

Eric Parrie appointed Executive Director of Libraries Without Borders; US office will be based in New Orleans, Louisiana.