In late August 2015 The Village Link headed back to Sierra Leone after a long year and half of not being able to travel due to the Ebola crisis. During this trip we worked with tech partner, LamTech, to launch the digital library. The digital library doesn't require internet to access and update content. LamTech has worked tirelessly to collect a variety of educational and news resources including Wikipedia, Khan Academy, Sierra Leone high school curriculum, local Sierra Leone newspaper websites, BBC and more. All of this content lives on a server that is connected to three custom made dust proof, solar powered desktop computers. Today we have 18 more laptops connected to the digital library expanding the number of people who can take advantage of free education.