A National Library for The Bahamas

Paul G. Boultbee


Public libraries in Nassau suffer a great many problems all fairly much due to a lack of funds, a lack of space and a lack of trained personnel. Public libraries in the Family Islands, those that are still functioning, do so with great difficulty.

It is clear that if The Bahamas wishes to enjoy a good, useful library service which, because of the large youth population and the country's status as a developing nation, is necessary, then steps must be taken on a national level to ensure that this library service becomes a reality.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15362/ijbs.v2i0.66

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