By Mrs. S. Randall, Mr. A. Thompson (auth.), Mrs. S. Randall, Mr. A. Thompson (eds.)
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Several associations have not yet paid for 1966, and the total income from membership fees for this year may be estimated at 29000-30000 Swiss francs. This is still too little, as we must aim at an income from our members at least big enough to pay for our permanent secretariat, and the salaries for our general secretary and his staff are really very modest. The total expenditure for our London secretariat may be estimated at about 32000 Swiss francs for 1966. If we decide to make another general rise of membership fees, combined with individual requests to certain associations that are paying absurdly low fees compared with their number of individual members, I shall take for granted that we may bring our economy to a sound balance.
Development of Libraries. (1) Established under a five-year agreement between UNESCO and the Government of Nigeria, the pilot school library project in the Federal Territory of Lagos continued to expand its services under the direction of a UNESCO expert. His mission was scheduled to be completed at the end of 1965 but was extended for six months at the request of the Nigerian 54 Government. Nigerian counterparts have received training in the United Kingdom during this period. (2) The Regional Centre for Training African Librarians at Dakar set up by UNESCO and the Government of Senegal under a five-year agreement, held its third training course from November 1965 to June 1966.
Torfs of Mechelen, secretary. A report has been prepared on a proposed book on library service to young adults. Sub-section on Library Work with Children. In August 1965 Mrs. A. Bredsdorff (Copenhagen) became chairman, and Mrs. -C. Persson (Lund) secretary. Sub-section on Hospital Libraries tor Patients. In August 1965 Miss M. J. Lewis (London) became secretary. A number of new projects have been started during the year: draft international standards, the training of hospital librarians, lists of representative books from different countries, a manual on hospital libraries.
Actes du Conseil Général / Proceedings of the General Council: Vol. XXXII by Mrs. S. Randall, Mr. A. Thompson (auth.), Mrs. S. Randall, Mr. A. Thompson (eds.)