Kenya National Library service (knls) Board is a statutory body of the Government of Kenya established by an Act of Parliament, Cap 225 of the Laws of Kenya in April 1965. The Board‘s mandate is to develop, promote, establish and equip libraries in Kenya.
Profile of Nyilima Community Library
The new Nakuru Library
Kenya National Library Service
P. O. Box 30573 – 00100
Tel: 020 7786710/ 2158352
Narok knls library
Along Narok- Bomet Road, Opposite St. Mary School
P. O. Box 305 code 20500
The Narok knls branch is located approximately one kilometre away from the busy Narok town. It is located in a serene place along the Narok-Bomet road where one can have a topographical view of the surrounding environment. It is the first public library in the Maa region and it is expected to play a major role of supplementing formal education, stimulate interest in books and reading for enjoyment and recreation within the county. The Maasai Community has been underprivileged in provision of access to information and this resource centre will serve as a key resource in empowering the pastoralist community. Narok is a transit town and a gateway to the eighth wonder of the world, the Maasai Mara Game Reserve. Visitors to this town now have the opportunity to understand more about the Maasai community and what Narok County offers to make their visits confortable and exciting by stopping at the Narok Library for information on their areas of interest.
Buruburu library is one of the many branch libraries of Kenya National Library Service Board. It was opened to public on 21st February 2011 under the mandate given through an Act of Parliament Cap 225.
Buruburu Library located within Buruburu estate in Eastlands area of Nairobi is a state of the art facility that is purposely built to meet the current global demands in regard to access, use and dissemination of information. It is a four (4) storey building constructed in a 0.6 Ha plot with a sitting capacity of six hundred (600) persons. It has the following main sections: Adult, Teenage, Children, Cyber Café, E-resource and Short loan/Reference. The building is served by stairs, a lift and a ramp; for the physically challenged persons. Signages are installed in appropriate positions to guide the users to the different sections within the library, there are also individual shelf guides to facilitate access to information materials.