$185 Donated

PAPRIKA PROJECT

Niger: Project completed in 2014
Income generated by the project between 2011 and 2014: $1,493,420

This project aims to promote the cultivation of paprika, a cash crop, and to support the processing and marketing of paprika to develop income-generating activities for women in rural areas.

$128 Donated

MARKET GARDENING PROJECT

Burkina Faso: in activity
Niger: Project completed in 2014
Income generated from the project in Burkina Faso for 2016-2017: 5,750,900 FCFA ($ 12,989)

Community vegetable gardens are aimed at providing food self-sufficiency to inhabitants. They are an effective way to fulfill the nutritional needs of the region and for producers to obtain additional income by selling their surplus.

$128 Donated

INVESTMENTS IN EDUCATION

Burkina Faso: in activity
Niger: Project completed in 2014
Construction of 46 latrines for 11 shcools (2016-2017)

In its contribution to meeting the MDGs (Millennium Development Goals) and since October 2015 to meeting the SDGS (Sustainable Development Goals), SEMAFO Foundation aims primarily to enhance school enrolment, improve success rates and the quality of education. This should lead to a sustainable improvement of school life and an expansion and upgrading of school facilities.

$128 Donated

SCHOOL KITS PROJECT

Burkina Faso: in activity
Niger: Project completed in 2014
57,944 kits distributed in Burkina Faso since 2009

The Foundation has been distributing school kits to elementary school students since 2010. Distributed supplies are all required and adapted to the child’s level of education; each kit includes notebooks, a slate, chalk, pens, pencils, coloring pencils, a geometry set, a pencil case, an eraser and a ruler.

$460128 Donated

SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM

Burkina Faso: in activity
Niger: Project completed in 2014
144,133 meals were served to 3005 students in 14 schools (2016-2017)

Initially in partnership with the Paul Gerin-Lajoie Foundation, school canteens were set up in the Wona A and B schools to allow 600 children and their teachers to have a meal provided every day, five days a week. In 2012, the SEMAFO Foundation extended the project to the Bana A and B schools in Burkina Faso and in 2013 to the College of Bossey Bangou in Niger.

$128 Donated

BICYCLE PROJECT

Burkina Faso: in activity
Niger: Project completed in 2014
Number of bicycles distributed since 2013 in Burkina Faso: 320

The bicycle project was launched because the SEMAFO board of directors and management team wished to make a difference in the communities supported by the SEMAFO Foundation.

$0 Donated

FRESH-WATER WELL PROJECT

Burkina Faso: in activity
Niger: Project completed in 2014
Number of drinking water wells drilled between 2009 and 2017: 33

Populations are guided in hygiene, sanitation and activities offering an improved quality of life. In addition to directly investing in school infrastructure, SEMAFO Foundation ensured water was brought in schools by drilling drinking water wells equipped with Volonta or India MK II pumps in villages and elementary schools.

$0 Donated

LATRINES PROJECT

Burkina Faso: in activity
Niger: Project completed in 2014
46 latrines (2016-2017)

One of our education-related goals is to deliver lasting improvements in hygiene standards in schools and villages that will help boost the health of children between 2 and 16-years old and that of their families.

$0 Donated

COGES PROJECT

Burkina Faso: in activity
Niger: Project completed in 2014
8,036 people touched (until juin 30, 2017)

The establishment of COGES in schools enhances the quality of student life and makes for better behavior in the community, the latter which is required to develop a spirit of mutual support and solidarity to ensure the smooth running of the action plan activities.

$0 Donated

MISELANEOUS HEALTH RELATED PROJECTS

Burkina Faso: in activity
Niger: Project completed in 2014
59,960 people affected since 2009

A number of health projects were carried out in Niger, including the construction of a health center in Bossey Bangou Niger in partnership with the Rotary Club of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.

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