Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water

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Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water
Educate Thousands of Girls with Year-Round Water

Project Report | Jul 20, 2018
School electrification has increased success

By Haoua Zerbo | Soiciologist & Gender Specialist

Inside classroom with solar lights, Djomga
Inside classroom with solar lights, Djomga

School electrification has increased success for our kids!

The directors of the elementary schools in the villages of Kamsi and Djomga both said they have now a smile on their faces, thanks to the solar power lighting system, and thanks to the donors.

Noabila, the director of Kamsi School said that: “If you see inside the classrooms, you know that things are not like before, and in most of the class about 96% of the students were promoted. For the 6 graders, about 60% of the students got their primary school certificate which is knowing as CEP degree in Burkina Faso, now they are getting ready for the middle school  for the next fall. I can tell you the kids are more excited to have the solar light, and our solar light is the only one here in the village, you can't find such system even in the surrounding villages, so parents or school board can have meeting here after class.”

Djomga has a new school director, he said that "this is an amusing thing I can’t believe in my eye. I wasn’t expected such good work condition here in the Sahel region, usually as a teacher I am equipped with petroleum lamp. I found that the students studied most of the time, and this has been a key factor to increasing school overall performance."

With the solar electrification pilote projects provided to Kamsi and DJomga in rural area Burkina Faso, the local communities have many times thanks this project initiatives, and also thanks all donors for their helps. Because educating the kids is educating the nation.

Your donation is very much appreciated so, we can power more schools in the deepest remote areas in Burkina Faso and all Africa.

Students of the elementary school, Djomga
Students of the elementary school, Djomga
School teachers, parents and CBG-WA staff, DJomga
School teachers, parents and CBG-WA staff, DJomga
Students
Students
School Director and teacher, Djomga
School Director and teacher, Djomga
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Apr 23, 2018
Educating girls with solar power

By Seydou Traore, Ph.D. | Executive Director

Jan 24, 2018
Amazing Benefits of Solar-Powered Energy

By Haoua Zerbo | Project Leader

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Community Building Group, Ltd. Inc.

Location: Largo, FL - USA
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Community Building Group, Ltd. Inc.
Kathleen McDonald
Project Leader:
Kathleen McDonald
Vice President
Largo , FL United States

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