Send refugee children to an agricultural school

A microproject by ASAP Foundation
Send refugee children to an agricultural school

Summary

In Burkina Faso due to violence in some part of the country and in Mali, there are many refugees and displaced people. Many children have dificulties to have access to proper study program. The LAP (secondary agricultural school) is a boarding school which offers an adapted study program of high standard. Our goal is to find the resources in order to integrate children of refugees or displaced people in this school.

$6,012
total raised
28
donors
0
monthly donors
2
years

Challenge

Help some of the dchildren refugees or displaced to have access to a quality and adapted education in a safe environment.

Solution

This project aim at have the funds to integrate at least 5 children (3 girls and 2 boys) in the study program of the LAP. The selection of the children will be done in collaboration with the loacl office of the UNHCR. It will solve only a small part of the problem, but it is a start which can give hope to a population who has very little positive to look for.

Long-Term Impact

Those 5 students can be the start of additional children from refugees or displaced people in tye coming year. Those children will have a future and can then be example to others.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Resources

Organization Information

ASAP Foundation

Location: Naarden, NH - Netherlands
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @ASAPBurkinaFaso
Project Leader:
Hervé Millet
Director
Naarden, North Holland Netherlands

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