The SEMAFO Foundation is currently working on the development and the monitoring of many projects.

We continue our work at the level of education through participation in the construction of schools, including latrines, equipment, and even school supplies for these schools. In addition, we focus on income generating projects and skill development by supporting local crafts and trade training, as well as funding health projects impacting women.

* Implementation of school canteens
* Implementation of Multifunctional Platforms (MFP)
* Production and processing of Shea butter
* Sesame production
* Prevention of cervical cancer
* Support for women with obstetric fistula
* Beekeeping Project
* Animal fattening Project
* Sewing Centres Project
* Layer poultry farming
* Animal-fattening (chicken, pig, sheep and rabbit)


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$650 Donated


Burkina Faso: in activity

Contrary to popular belief, autism is not a mental illness but a disability. An Opinion Way 2010 study revealed that only one in three French doctors know how to correctly diagnose autism.

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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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Burkina Faso : in activity
¼ hectare of land organized in 3 schools

The school garden initiative in three schools stems from the desire to support children’s education by teaching them gardening activities and at the same time, to encourage the school canteens to become self-sufficent.

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Burkina Faso: limited activities
Niger: Project completed in 2014
Number of articles distributed from 2009 to 2017: 1,948,177

On December 19, 2013, the Foundation’s board members decided to limit the amount of material donations sent in Africa and to focus its activities on sustainable development.

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