Lincoln Corners is a partnership program between the Embassy of the United State of America and Pakistani university libraries, public libraries and cultural centres are part of this program. Currently 19 Lincon Corner centres are providing services throughout Pakistan via consuls general in Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi and Peshawar.

In addition to the peaceful conducive learning and reading environment for patrons at the Corners, visitors have the opportunity to attend programs and cultural events, talks, workshops, seminars, and other activities. These events are organized under the Lincoln Corner umbrella, which is closely focused on the library as agent of social change.

The Lincoln Corner centres in Pakistan disseminate information and knowledge without boundaries or gaps in service. There are also small but informative literature collections available on the topics of English Language, American Culture and American History. Lincoln Corner is a hub of sharing information and diverse activities and equal opportunity to all facets of the society.

Dr. Muhammad Yousuf Ali – Associate Librarian – The Aga Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan – IFLA Social Science Section Committee Member