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The Kanso school has 185 students this year, and is already teaching the nine basic education courses (full first and second cycles). We are housing and feeding a dozen students who come from distant villages, mostly girls.


There are already about fifty girls and boys in the kindergarten, and we are building a building for them. We are trying to find a teacher to take up the adult literacy course.

The school canteen already serves more than 250 meals a day. 12 mothers are organized to cook. We are looking for a professional to complete the kitchen building. The results of the medical examination carried out on the students in December were very good.  

After repairing the water pumps in the Kanso market garden, the women are now back to cultivating 1.5 hectares. We are fighting for them to work in a more organized and cooperative way.

We are helping students with few resources to undergo professional education in a Salesian school in Bamako.


Updated: April 2022

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