The Francophone library of Alliance Française de Banjul is the most important French-speaking resource centre in The Gambia. Books, DVDs, cd-rom, magazines are available to lovers of the French language and culture! It is also a quiet place where you will find the silence required to read and work in the best possible conditions.
For more information, please visit the library’s website here
Computers (free access)
Culturethèque (Access to resources put online by the French Institute: books, newspapers, videos, podcasts, etc. )
These activities are led by Emily Joof who is a multicultural author of children’s books. She speaks four languages, has lived in Senegal, Gambia, Mali, Sweden and England and has discovered many different cultures.
“My goal with Mbifebooks is to produce inclusive stories that celebrate the African diaspora and make them available in all libraries, preschools, schools and homes. I want to provide educational material that helps parents, carers and educators start conversations that lead to a more socially just society.”
She offers a workshop at the Alliance one Friday in a month (1pm) around the French language, intercultural richness and different books.
To find out more about Emily Joof, click here