knls Board recognizes the need to network with the public and private sector as well as individuals in its noble role to ensure that library and information services are accessible to as many Kenyans as possible. In effect, institutions dealing in information generation and management have become the focus of society as sources of the most needed commodity in today’s development process. The sudden reduction of the earth as a global village is an example of the information revolution the world is going through. More than ever before, the role of information managers has found its way to the forefront. The critical challenge is that Kenya cannot be left behind in this global process that puts high premium on information. The Board therefore values the contribution of stakeholders and other development partners as the sure way of enhancing accessibility to information by all.
Some of the partners who have assisted the Board in enhancing library and information provision to Kenyans include, among others: