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Burkina Faso

 

Echange Nord Sud has been working in Burkina Faso since 2012, in the Ouahigouya region, in the very north of this country.

Since the end of 2014, we have also been supporting a group of students from Kedge Business School in Bordeaux, in the design and implementation of their projects in Tiébélé in southern Burkina Faso.

If, through its modest contributions, and the sponsorships it generates, the Echange Nord Sud association facilitates access to knowledge for children in these regions, enables them to become independent adults and thus manages to bring out future citizen masters of their future, it can be proud of having made these rural communities take a few steps  towards successful social integration.

If the mini-projects to the implementation of which it contributes develop  in a sustainable way, and that women in rural areas participate fully in the dynamics of social life, ENS will be encouraged to continue its development aid actions.

If the health situation of  these rural communities  undergoes small improvements thanks to the materials and equipment that it has sent there, Echange Nord Sud will increase its efforts to ensure the well-being of these populations.  vulnerable that are the women and children of this region of the North-West of Burkina Faso disadvantaged by a very arid climate.

L'élevage de porcs

Un nouveau mini projet d'élevage lancé en janvier 2018

Les moutons solidaires

Un nouveau mini-projet de solidarité internationale et locale, pour développer l'élevage d'ovins dans le village de Bilinga.

Contrairement à la région de Kolda au Sénégal, riche en ressources naturelles grâce à sa forêt, les paysages du nord du Burkina Faso sont désertiques. Le but de ce projet est de créer une retenue d'eau pour transformer l'environnement désertique et créer un bocage sur le long terme.

Ce projet est le parfait exemple du petit coup de pouce qui permet l'amélioration des conditions de vie et l'autonomisaiton des populatoin. Par un micro-crédit tournant, l'élevage de volaille est en train de s'étendre dans le village de Bilinga.

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