RE-ORG NIGERIA Reconnecting with collections to right the wrong (en anglais)
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More than 55 000 museums exist in the world, and typically 90% of their objects are in storage rooms. As collections grow, financial resources continue to dwindle, leaving museums struggling to ensure that their treasures in storage are adequately looked after and accessible.