- By partnering with 1,082 Moldovan public libraries (out of 1,338), the program created vibrant community centers that continue to offer locally driven services in partnership with public authorities, local and international organizations, and the private sector.
- Program-supported libraries served 763,000 patrons per year (or 21.5% of the country’s population), of which 75% were youth. Users benefitted from library resources to access government information and services online.
- Library visitors reported that because of new technology in participating libraries, they saved time, improved their academic performance, developed skills necessary for employment, increased participation in community life, and avoided bribery.
- The program leveraged $10.8 million of investment from the Moldova public and private sector.
- 1,200 children improved their science and technology capacities through program-sponsored robotics clubs.
- Participating librarians helped 180,000 patrons find job opportunities and 15,000 access e-government services.