Mission report : April 2016

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Participants members : Patricia Mowbray, Marc Perpitch, Emmanuelle Martin, Boubacar Seck, Ibrahima Khouma, Assan Faye, Lassana Keita   April the 11th Wassadou – opened in 2014 In the presence of the monitors Marie Camara (First year), Balassama Fofana (Second year), Mariama Ndiaye (Third year) Mister Mamadou Sangaré, the managing comity president. Mister Dialo, the head of the primary school. Mister Diarra Idrissa, representative of the company La Villageoise.   Number of pupils: First Section : 34 pupils Second Section : 24 pupils Third Section : 22 pupils Total : 90 pupils   See more

News from Koar

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We are happy to announce the new headcount of the kindergarten of Koar : they are now 90 pupils !

Koar

Koumbal Inauguration day, November 2015

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Koumbal Inauguration

The teachers

Koumbal Inauguration

Bertrand Favreul opens up the supplies

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May 2015 mission : Koumbal

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Koumbal Koumbal

Work is in progress !

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May 2015 mission : Passy

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Passy maternity Passy maternity

Passy maternity

The city council took the initiative to build a welcome building.

May 2015 mission : Diagane Barka

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Diagane Barka Diagane Barka Diagane Barka

The works are progressing in Koumbal !

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Here’s the last pictures of the work in progress in Koumbal.

Koumbal works Koumbal works

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The training is over !

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The training of the teachers of Wassadou and Koar is over,

Mission report, May 2015

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Koumbal Monday May the 4th : Inspection/Visit of the kindergarten in Diagane Barka, with Assan Faye, Ibrahima Khouma and the headmistress of the school. The teaching tools have been delivered, and the headcount is stable. After several weeks of interruption due to a national social movement from the teachers, the canteen is working again. The WFP (World Food Program) deliveries have stoped, so the canteen is working with the families dues of 50 FCFA per child and per week. Even though a water tower has been built last year nearby, the kindergarten still doesn’t have running water. Despite everything, the toilets are well kept and the children are washing their hands before entering class. The teachers are asking for outside games and some storage units in the classroom. See more

May 2015 mission : Ndoss

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The maternity center : Ndoss Maternity Maternité de Ndoss See more