women from Nefrelaye weighing honey in Nefrelaye Raw honey from Nefrelaye Women of Sipigui

ASAP Foundation

Org #15556
Vetted since 2013 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
1995
year founded
$54,723
raised on GlobalGiving
7
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

ASAP aims for a sustainable improvement of the economic, social and health conditions of villagers in Burkina Faso. To secure the future of the current generation children, ASAP has a strong focus on the development of the children, their parents and their environment. This is accomplished by projects in the fields of education, knowledge, health and economic means.

Project Leaders
Hervé Millet
Hervé Millet
Herve Millet
Herve Millet
odile Sawadogo Teri
odile Sawadogo Teri
Team
HERVE MILLET, NICOLA v BEHR
Organization Information
Gansoordstraat 2
Naarden, NH 1411RH
Netherlands
+31356952878
Organization Information
Gansoordstraat 2
Naarden, NH 1411RH
Netherlands
+31356952878

Project Reports

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Jul 12, 2021
Quality of honey harvested
Honey is harvested in 10 villages from 112 beekeepers (45% are women). It is important to insure a uniform quality of the honey purchased from the beekeepers. To achieve this we have first a training...
Jul 12, 2021
End of the school year 2020-2021
On July 6th, there was a ceremony to close the school year 2020 2021. This school year we did not have any problem linked with COVID, even if we follow the prevention guide lines in place in Burkina...
Jun 28, 2021
Good results for the 5 refugees children
In September when we took 5 refugees children in our school we did not know how they will adapt and performed. The adaptation went very well. Those children have a similar background than the other...
 
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