The Alexandre Dumas Franco-Georgian school in Batumi requested that LWB send it a consignment of francophone books. Libraries in the town of Batumi lacked francophone books, with the only international section at the Batumi Municipal Library entirely consisting of English-language books.
By sending a collection of 1670 francophone books, Libraries Without Borders allowed the students of the Batumi and Zougdidi Schools, as well as those of the State University of Chota Roustaveli, to learn the French language under more favorable conditions.
- To enrich francophone collections in the town of Batumi.
- To encourage multi-lingualism and cultural diversity in the region of Adjarie.
- To promote French language and culture in Georgia via the donation of works in French.
- The collection and delivery of 1670 books.
- The Alexandre Dumas Franco-Georgian School (400 students between the ages of 6 and 15).
- The Batumi Municipal Library.
- The Chota Roustaveli State University.
- The Zougdidi (Mingrelie) Franco-Georgian School.
- French language learners in the Adjarie region.