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Title:Sabre Foundation - Home Page
Sabre Foundation - Home Page
HomeFoundation OverviewMission StatementPeople at SabreBook Distribution CenterVolunteersArchiveLinks Privacy
If you would
like to be on our mailing list please send an email with your postal details
(email and snail mail) to Mailing
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at Sabrep
website update: November 1, 2012)
Program, 2005-2010
Download here.
Trip to Kenya, February 2011
Download here.
Visit to Kurdistan, Iraq, January 2011
Download here.
a Wealth of Books and Knowledge with the Worldem: Testimonials from MIT
grad students volunteering at the Sabre Foundation warehouse in Lawrence,
Download here.
Foundation聮s 40th Anniversary Celebration, Friday October 23, 2009, at the
Four Seasons, Boston, Massachusetts.
Dinner Program here.
of Sabre Foundation's Work with Iraqi University Libraries, the Iraq National
Library and Archive, and Other Educational Institutions
Download here
Assessment Visit to Liberia, March 21 聳 30, 2009.
Download slidehow here (.pdf
Sabre-Svitlo presentation of a special collection to the National Library
for Children, Kyiv, Ukraine
Download here.
Leone Book Trust Report
download here
of Law Project with the Dhi Qar Provincial Reconstruction Team, Iraq
Details here.
Sabre works with Vancouver-based CNIS (Canadian Network for International
Surgery): shipment to Tanzania
Details here.
Presentation Ceremony in Jakarta with the First Lady of Indonesia, Hj. Ani
Details here.
of Palestine Program
Details here
Africa Milestone: $100 Million in New Books and Educational Materials Donated
See full story.
Sabre Foundation
and Shipments to Arab/Muslim Countries
Between 2001 and 2007 Sabre Foundation sent more than 530,000 new books
and CD-ROMs聴with a fair market value of over $19 million聴to Arab and/or
Muslim countries. See
full Story
press release
Library Collections at University and Other Libraries in Iraq," a presentation
by Executive Director Tania Vitvitsky at the Society for International Development
(SID), SID-Washington, Development Information Workgroup, November 14, 2007.
Download here
(Powerpoint slideshow 4.5 MB)
Executive Director Tania Vitvitsky Interviewed by Kate Brosnan
of Plum TV (Nantucket)
Click here
for interview in 13 minute documentary about Sabre.
Foundation is not a grant-making foundation.
The Foundation relies on external sources of funding to underwrite its

Sabre's final book shipment left our warehouse in December
2012. After an orderly shut down of the Book Program the Board has since decided
on the complete closure of the organization. Thank you to all those who provided
support over our many years.
more than a quarter of a century of supporting education around the world,
Sabre Foundation #8217;s Book Donation Program is coming to an end. Since
1986, Sabre has helped to fill the need for high quality, up-to-date educational
materials in developing countries and countries in transition throughout the
world, with more than 80 countries benefitting from this work. By year #8217;s
end, Sabre will have shipped well over ten million new books with a fair market
value of almost $350 million.
Those are big numbers, but Sabre #8217;s focus over the years always has been
on quality rather than quantity. Since its inception, the book program has
been renowned for two key operating principles: accepting only useful and
appropriate materials from donating publishers, and making those materials
available for order #8211; title by title #8211; by overseas partner organizations.
These partner organizations coordinated their work with a network of beneficiaries,
including schools, universities, libraries, and hospitals. Aside from the
obvious academic, educational, and professional benefits derived from the
books that Sabre shipped, access to them has also had the effect of assisting
with democratization, strengthening market economies, fostering civil society
and reinforcing the rule of law in a range of countries. Particular attention
was given to those emerging from conflict, such as Bosnia, Sierra Leone, Liberia,
Rwanda, and Iraq.
While Sabre #8217;s partner organizations have been key to the success of
the program, an equally important role has been played by the more than 200
publishing companies that donated the educational materials in the first place.
A recent op-ed piece in the New York Times noted that,
Last week, Education Secretary Arne Duncan declared a war on paper textbooks.
#8220;Over the next few years, #8221; he said in a speech at the National
Press Club, #8220;textbooks should be obsolete. #8221; In their place would
come a variety of digital-learning technologies, like e-readers and multimedia
Web sites.
Such technologies certainly have their place. But Secretary Duncan is
threatening to light a bonfire to a tried-and-true technology #8212; good
old paper #8212; that has been the foundation for one of the great educational
systems on the planet. [New York Times Opinion Pages, 10/09/12]
The author of the piece, Professor Justin B. Hollander of Tufts University,
goes on to say that,
Paper textbooks can be stored and easily referenced on a shelf. Data are
as easy to retrieve from paper as reaching across your desk for a textbook.
They are easy to read and don #8217;t require a battery or plug. Though the
iPad and e-readers have increasingly better screen clarity, the idea that
every time a person reads a book, newspaper or magazine in the near future
they will require an energy source is frightening.
Professor Hollander is, of course, writing primarily for a U.S. audience but
his words will ring doubly true for many of the recipients of Sabre materials
#8211; both institutional and individual #8211; around the developing world.
Sabre Foundation #8217;s board and staff are justly proud of the contribution
they have made to education throughout these regions, in the form of #8220;a
tried-and-true technology #8221;. As the digital revolution moves ahead, the
goal for those tasked with carrying support of this nature forward must be
to ensure that these countries are not left behind.
Although Sabre itself will continue to exist, we offer grateful thanks to
the funders, donors, participating publishers, collaborating organizations,
partners, volunteers and supporters who have helped our book program to thrive
over the last twenty-six years.
Humanitarian Aid for the Mind
Sabre's work is governed by its Book Donation Philosophy:
Sabre Foundation's Book Donation Program is valued overseas because of Sabre's
steadfast adherence to the policy that when it comes to the educational needs
of developing and transitional countries, indigenous organizations know best.
The keystone of Sabre's book program is that it is demand-driven. Rather than
trying to send as many books as possible, regardless of demonstrated need,
Sabre gives its overseas partners the opportunity to select books (many with
CD-ROMs and DVDs) from detailed offering lists. Only titles and quantities
specifically requested by its partners are shipped. Those titles are new,
high-quality, up-to-date and are selected by Sabre from the offers made by
donating publishers. Materials are held in inventory for every educational
level, from pre-school through college, as well as for the professions. Sabre's
rule of thumb is that something which is of no value in the U.S. is usually
equally valueless overseas. The schools, universities, libraries, medical
institutions and individuals that benefit from Sabre's Book Donation Program
are not regarded as the recipients of aid for whom "any book is better than
no book at all." They are regarded, instead, as clients with limited resources,
but with an equal claim to the best intellectual resources that can be made
available to them.
Sabre Foundation
872 Massachusetts Avenue, Suite 2-1 Cambridge, MA 02139 U.S.A.
tel: 617-868-3510 mdash; fax: 617-868-7916 mdash;

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