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Tuesday, 12 July 2016 18:23

We are expanding

Written by Fundacion

 

We have a new classroom in our school in  Mbackombel !!!

Thank you to the Association “Pescadores por Senegal”, led by Herminia Arellano, we have been able to build a new classroom. Therefore, the children that were temporarily studding in the library will now be relocated in this new classroom.

This classroom will be the third one sponsored by this Association.

 The amount of children enrolling is constantly increasing due to the work that we have been doing during the past years, educating the families, showing them how important the education is for their children's future.

For the next academic year, we will need a new classroom and .... more children to be sponsored!!!

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Monday, 25 April 2016 10:02

Our schoolchild are becoming good students

Written by Fundacion

 

As a reward for our students of elementary school Mbackombel , we have established a prize for the top 5 of the secondary entrance exam, consisting of enrolling them in the best school in the city of Mbour and hosting them in our residence .

 

In the final assessment, our student, Fatou Ndour , has obtained the best score of the whole school of St. Esprit with an average of 9.8.

 

The other four “winner students have exceeded the average of 7.5.

 

Our school is considered by the Mbour Department of Education, as the one with best results in evaluating access to secondary.


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Friday, 29 January 2016 20:47

Our students thrive

Written by Fundacion

 

Our sponsored boys and girls, that have studied in our school of Mbackombel, are already fending for themselves and with a promising future.

 

Michel Ndiaye, twenty years old, has obtained a State Scholarship, and has started Medical School in Ziguinchor.
Angele Diouf, twenty three years old, has graduated as a teacher and she currently teaches third grade of primary school in Mbackombel.
Diattou Ndour, twenty four years old, and our mason's daughter, teacher of a second grade pre-school class in our school.
Yacine Kadam, twenty four years and the niece of our old teacher, teaches the first grade preschool class.
Celine Diouf, twenty years old, is studying a secretarial course, speaks Spanish and fulfills the secretary role for our foundation.


These are some of the many and great results obtained by our foundation. Currently we have more than 700 students studying in different schools.


We continue building and providing the means for their educational development.


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Wednesday, 23 December 2015 19:33

¡More children, more classrooms!

Written by Fundacion

 

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In 2002 we started building Mbackombel school and since then, the number of children enrolled has increased each year.

In the past year, we had 360 students and currently there are nearly 400 registered and a waiting list.

We had to enable the library as a classroom and most of the classes are overcrowded. To this we must add the fact that more parents is constantly coming to the school to try to enroll their children.

We need your solidarity to help to build more classrooms.

¡¡¡YOUR CONTRIBUTION (from 5 €) WILL BECOME A GREAT CHRSTMAS GIFT!!!

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Tuesday, 17 November 2015 10:39

Six classrooms and offices Soussane.

Written by Fundacion

 

Little by little we are building, step by step, the secondary school in the community of Sandiara, Senegal.

 

They are currently operating six classrooms where 250 children are pursuing their studies.

 

Thanks to the Repsol Foundation, we have also been able to build what they call "administrative building”. Everything has been built according to standards established by the Ministry of Education.

 

With this realization, we encourage students in the area, largely avoiding school drop since the proximity favors them in their desire to continue their studies.

 

This is a project carried out in stages, depending on the means we have.

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