Action Committee for Research and Development plans to build a literacy center of four rooms to help free illiterate women living in remote locations of Togo, specifically Alherida and surrounding areas to read and write, giving them also free trainings in management of their activities. This project also builds a learning center in the center of Alheride, giving training in technical skills in sewing, carpentry and free masonry to out-of-school children.
In Togo, educational coverage discriminates between Lome the capital and the cities of the interior. Indeed, Aleheride (prefecture of Tchaoudjo), like other cities most exposed to lack of education, women face the mismanagement of their activities. This weakens the increase in their income leading to the deschooling of their children. Instead of leaving these women to themselves and to vegetate in their ignorance, the Action Committee for Research and Development will provide them with a functio
This project also builds a learning center in the center of Alheride, giving training in technical skills in sewing, carpentry and free masonry to out-of-school children. The project will solve the problem of ignorance and lack of management among women, lack of employment among young people, juvenile delinquency and illegal immigration.
The project will provide education to 1,200 living women in remote areas by lifting them out of ignorance; which will contribute to their well-being and allow them to work to develop their activities and get out of poverty. The education of children and young people in technical vocational training will allow them to set up their own business to earn money and avoid exposure to juvenile delinquency and rural exodus or immigration to another country.