Karachi — American Ambassador David Hale and Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah inaugurated the Lincoln Nook at Liaquat Memorial Library in Karachi right now. The Karachi website will function the flagship Lincoln Nook in Pakistan. Particular Assistant to the Chief Minister of the Sindh Tradition and Tourism Division Sharmila Farooqi, Director of Liaquat Memorial Library Bashir Ahmed Abro, U.S. Consul Common Karachi Brian Heath, and U.S. Regional Info Useful resource Officer Marcy Carrel additionally attended.
“Lincoln Corners are locations the place Pakistanis can join with and find out about American tradition and values, entry data, and revel in modern English-language books,” stated Ambassador Hale. “We make these investments as a result of we firmly imagine that investing in training strengthens our relationship, builds friendship between our peoples, and fosters stability, prosperity, and alternative,” he stated.
Since 2012, U.S. Consulate Common Karachi has labored intently with the Sindh Division of Tradition to determine Lincoln Corners all through Sindh. Lincoln Corners at the moment are working in Karachi, Hyderabad, Khairpur and Larkana.
Lincoln Nook Karachi presents a youngsters’s nook, assembly room, laptop amenities, free wi-fi, a efficiency space and a set of books, magazines and DVDs. Liaquat Memorial Library — the biggest in Sindh — is positioned close to a number of colleges and universities, that means college students, academics, and others may have quick access to the Lincoln Nook’s assets and applications.
Lincoln Corners present entry to present and dependable details about America by way of books, magazines, movies, web entry, databases, and applications for most of the people. At present, there are 18 Lincoln Corners positioned in and round Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Muzaffarabad, Peshawar, Karachi, Bahawalpur, Faisalabad, Sargodha, Multan, Khairpur, Larkana, Hyderabad and Skardu.