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The DLLC would like to thank Dr. Edgard Sankara for organizing a book drive for the University of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Dr. Sankara asked DLLC faculty to contribute and had these words for the participants: "After collecting the books, I shipped them this summer and I arrived in Burkina Faso to receive them. I presented the books to the university community symbolically on July 18, during the Honors ceremony of the school of Letters, Arts and Communication. This ceremony celebrates excellence in students' achievements. Later, on July 31, I officially remitted the books on your behalf and on behalf of the University of Delaware, to Dr. Rabiou Cissé, the President of the University of Ouagadougou and his Staff. Dr. Cissé extends the gratitude of the University of Ouagadougou to you for this generous donation and asks for more collaboration between universities. I thank again all of you for this contribution, which will surely benefit Students and the University community in Ouagadougou."
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