Partners of The Water Fair Latrines which currently exist at our schools... Menstrual Cups in Many Colors Coming to Burkina Water testing kits refrigerated above all else!

BARKA Foundation

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The BARKA Foundation's mission is to serve as a catalyst for achieving the SDGs in Burkina Faso, West Africa. Our methodology is community-led, grassroots and combines indigenous and modern technologies to develop a set of best practices in areas of clean water accessibility, sanitation, irrigation, sustainable agriculture, women's empowerment, education, healthcare, and renewable energy. BARKA's work is ultimately about co-creating a culture of peace.

Project Leaders
Esu Anahata
Madame Salimata Zalle
Ina Anahata, Esu Anahata, US-Based Volunteer Staff:, Kimberly Abuelhaj, Mida Ballard, Burkina Faso Volunteer Staff:, Kaddiatou Thiombiano, Idrissa Yoni, Karim Combary, Nikiema Yonli, Ida Tchiombiano, Peace Sarambe, Roman Gnaegi
Organization Information
P.O. Box 2
Burlington, ME 04417
United States
(413) 446-7466

  BRIDGE# 5593568939
Organization Information
P.O. Box 2
Burlington, ME 04417
United States
(413) 446-7466

  BRIDGE# 5593568939

Project Reports

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Mar 9, 2018
BARKA Organizes Huge World Water Day Event
Greetings from Burkina Faso BARKA Friends, You may have heard about the recent terrorist attacks in Ouagadougou. Although we were only 1km away from it and even heard the explosion, all BARKA staff...
Feb 20, 2018
MHM Project to Break New Ground in Burkina Faso
Greetings from Burkina Faso! We have some very exciting news to share about our MHM Project in Burkina Faso to empower high school girls. First of all, Burkina's Ministry of Education and its...
Dec 8, 2017
Monitoring & Evaluation for Long Term Impact
Dear Friend of BARKA, The rains have ended here in Burkina, and this year produced a harvest of mixed results. Sesame, black eyed peas, millet and sorghum were OK, but the corn crop failed due to...
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