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Proceedings of the PanAfrican PanArab Conference on Public and School Libraries =
PanAfrican PanArab Conference on Public and School Libraries (2001 Rabat, Morocco)
|Other titles||Actes de la Conference PanAfricaine/PanArabe sur les Bibliothèques Publiques et Scholaires [i.e. Scolaires]|
|Statement||held under the auspices of the IFLA African Section, the Public Libraries Section and the School Libraries and Resource Centres Section, 19-22 September 2001, ESI, Rabat, Morocco.|
|Series||IFLA professional reports -- nr. 71|
|Contributions||International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions., International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions. Africa Section., International Federation of Library Associations. Public Libraries Section., International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions. Section of School Libraries and Resource Centres., Madrasat ʻUlūm al-Iʻlām (Rabat, Morocco), Unesco|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||203 p. :|
|Number of Pages||203|
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Proceedings of the PanAfrican PanArab Conference on Public and School Libraries = Actes de la Conférence panafricaine/panarabe sur les bibliothèques publiques et scholaires [i.e. scolaires]: held under the auspices of the IFLA Africa Section, the Public Libraries Section and the School Libraries and Resource Centres Section, SeptemberESI, Rabat, Morocco.
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