Build a school for a poor village of 3500 people

by OuagaNet Inc.


*This project will build an elementary school for a very poor community with an illiteracy rate of 95% in Burkina Faso. *Adult education will be provided during weekends to help curve illiteracy.

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The poor village of Napone in Burkina Faso is facing an illiteracy rate of 95%. This is due to the fact that the community lacks a structurally sound school that is able to offer the full cycle of a primary school education. Many kids can't attend school and the community is faced with the harsh realities of illiteracy: burning and cutting trees for farming, chronic alcoholism and backwardness. This project will affect more than 1000 kids and the well-being of the entire community.


A structurally sound school will provide the environment for learning to read and write for all kids. It will therefore be an avenue of knowledge that is being disseminated in the community.

Long-Term Impact

The school will significantly reduce illiteracy in the community. It will help promote best practices in the areas of health, farming and the environment. It will also help reduce alcoholism. Over 5,000 inhabitants will be benefit from the project.

Additional Documentation

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


Informations about our association OuagaNet

Organization Information

OuagaNet Inc.

Location: New Port Richey, FL - USA
Website: http:/​/​​
Luc Zio
Project Leader:
Luc Zio
New Port Richey, FL Burkina Faso

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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