The upper North area of Cameroon is its poorest region and with the lowest level of education in the country.
Thanks to the contributions collected, since 2002 we have carried out more than 75 projects focused on the education and training of people in over 20 countries of sub-Saharan Africa.
Kilifi district (coastal region) is experiencing a strong surge in tourist activities and in its agricultural sector.
South Africa suffers from high levels of unemployment among its youth. The main cause is an inefficient educational system, an inheritance left by the apartheid.
The phenomenon of “street children” is a growing reality in Lomé. The causes may be found in the problem of a difficult urban environment, and in the lack of protective structures.
Semeraro School is located in the outskirts of the town of Makeni and is the only place where children can gather and socialize, in a country where 42% of the population is under 14 years of age.
Educación para fortalecer la capacidad de conductas responsables en la promoción y protección de la salud de los alumnos de 13 escuelas en la zona rural de Anambra
El proyecto pretende, a través de actividades específicas de formación llevadas a cabo en la escuela, actividades extracurriculares y socioculturales, fortalecer a los estudiantes de 13 escuelas secundarias en área rural, con la capacidad para tomar decisiones independientes y...
The objective of this project is to improve the educational services provided by the Diocese of Ramanarivo in Madagascar.
Training courses for teachers and support to the education in five elementary schools in the refugee camp of Jabarona, Omdurman (Khartoum).
To increase and improve the primary education through the training of teachers and the updating of the teaching. The project, which will last for one year, expects to involve 43 teachers and to have an impact on the primary...
In Kenya 6 million children attend primary schools while only 700,000 students attend Secondary schools. For various reasons the morale of teachers has dropped drastically over the last 20 years.
This project concerns the Marrere area in the North where the majority of the population lives off subsistence farming and is unable to ensure adequate nutritional levels among the population, resulting in serious health problems.