The project is expected to run for 18 months and will benefit 14.6 million learners in pre-primary, primary, and lower-secondary education cycles, and 406,000 teachers and school administrators. It will focus on ensuring continued learning during the closure of schools and preparing the system for school reopening once the situation allows.
Diana Kobugabe, the Librarian says that the library has started a campaign to solicit funds from the public and organisations for support. Kobugabe explains that quarterly releases by the government are not adequate to keep the facility functioning. Records indicate that since 2011, funding from the government has reduced from 10.6 million to 4.9 million Shillings in 2015.