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Association Jeunesse Espoir (AJE)

Org #42480
Vetted since 2017
2012
year founded
$10,495
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

L'association a pour mission de : Ameliorer les conditions de vie des enfants et des jeunes en difficultes en leur permettant de vivre paisiblement afin de participer au developpement de leur terroir et d'etre a l'abri des maltraitances. Participer de maniere forte a la prevention et au retrait des jeunes et des enfants de la rue afin de favoriser leur reinsertion sociale a travers la formation professionnelle et le financement des activites generatrices de revenus. Repondre de maniere transversale aux divers besoins psychologiques et sociaux des jeunes et enfants defavorises.

Project Leaders
Fara NDIAYE
Fara NDIAYE
Team
Fara NDIAYE, Ousmane NDIAYE
Organization Information
Villa: N 307 RUE LEC-101 Saint-Louis Senegal
Boite postale:621 SAINT-LOUIS Senegal
Saint-Louis, Saint-Louis 250
Senegal
+221339614980 / 778433934
Organization Information
Villa: N 307 RUE LEC-101 Saint-Louis Senegal
Boite postale:621 SAINT-LOUIS Senegal
Saint-Louis, Saint-Louis 250
Senegal
+221339614980 / 778433934

Project Reports

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Jan 5, 2021
Children victims of the sea advance in distress!
The project to support child victims of the sea has since the beginning of its online launch raised the sum of 115 dollars which we have received from worthy donors whom we congratulate and thank for...
Jan 5, 2021
Covid-19 : second wave of all fears for children
The corona virus, which experienced a certain lull last summer in Senegal, has been on the rise since November 2020, with a further dramatic increase in positive cases and deaths. This second wave of...
Dec 23, 2020
2021 back to school under high threat of covid-19
The covid-19 situation had receded since summer 2020, but unfortunately a second wave of the epidemic arose, putting the entire population of Senegal under psychosis. The education of girls supervised...
 
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