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In Burkina Faso, education offers new future opportunities for 2,000 girls

In the Center-West region, as in other regions of Burkina Faso, socio-cultural constraints and certain practices are not favorable to the educational success of girls. Through the Girls’ Schooling project (SCOLFILLE), Aide et Action and the L’Occitane Foundation have decided to strengthen access, maintenance and completion of primary school for 2,000 girls.

In Burkina Faso, a school garden enriches the canteen and plays an educational role for students

Faced with the existing inequalities between girls and boys in Senegal, Aide et Action and the L’Oréal Women’s Fund have made a commitment to support 300 vulnerable girls at risk of dropping out of school in the regions of Kolda and Fatick. For two years, these students will be supported to ensure their maintenance until ninth grade.

Aide et Action and the L’Oréal Women’s Fund support the education of 300 vulnerable girls in Senegal

Faced with the existing inequalities between girls and boys in Senegal, Aide et Action and the L’Oréal Women’s Fund have made a commitment to support 300 vulnerable girls at risk of dropping out of school in the regions of Kolda and Fatick. For two years, these students will be supported to ensure their maintenance until ninth grade.

In Burkina Faso, thanks to vocational training, women are building bigger businesses

Aide et Action’s Training in the Service of Feminine Leadership (FORSELF) project in Ouagadougou, West Africa, enables women previously deprived of education to train for a trade and develop better income-generating activities. Mariam and Adama are two project participants who can attest in the project’s power to transform lives.