Fiji Book Drive has adopted a designed impact approach to donations. This means that schools receive donations according to their needs. All schools receive a variety of hand-selected books to establish a library. The quantity they receive depends on the size of the school and its infrastructure.

As a former English teacher, Fiona believes she is uniquely placed to make appropriate book and educational resource selections. Taken into consideration when packing a library are factors such as: the cultural context, academic level and the fact that English is the second language of the students.

It [Fiji Book Drive] has boosted students English subject marks attained in test[s] and exams.
— Litiana Romanu, Principal, Kadavu Provincial Secondary School - 2016
We have witnessed the changes in our children in terms of their reading capabilities.
— Teacher, Kadavu school - 2016
The books received [were] really enjoyable and interesting to students whereby sometimes I have to turn down students due to library opening time[s] and my other commitment[s].
Students sometimes go crazy [for] the interesting information in many [R]eference books for example; sports record, scientific record and other world records.
I have also seen changes in student’s attitude towards reading and the utilization of the school library.
This is all due to the content of the library.
— Finau Asinate Tulogi, teacher, Richmond Methodist High Schools - 2016

Vunisei District School library, all books donated by Fiji Book Drive.

Vunisei District School library, all books donated by Fiji Book Drive.

Vunisei District Kindergarten with donated resources.

Vunisei District Kindergarten with donated resources.

Student at Ravitaki Primary School with a new book.

Student at Ravitaki Primary School with a new book.

Book bags donated by City of Glen Eira in Melbourne.

Book bags donated by City of Glen Eira in Melbourne.