Provide Clean Water
Provide Higher Education
Renovate Existing Classroom
Help Construct a Pavilion
Help Construct a Library
Help Construct a Latrine
Help Construct Lodging for Teachers
Help Construct a Health Post
Help Construct a New Classroom
Your Dollars at Work
Your monthly contribution of $40 will enable the child you sponsor to meet his or her basic needs by supporting:
Uniforms or clothes
Transportation to school (primarily bikes)
Thanks to your support, students will be empowered to earn higher education and contribute to their communities in new ways. They will have many more opportunities to make a living than their parents had and will escape extreme poverty.
Agnès is a determined and hardworking girl. She is in 6th grade and would like to become a French teacher. She likes dancing in her spare time. Agnès lives with her parents and sisters in Bobo-Dioulasso, who are caring for children from Konkourona who need access to high school and technical schools. The primary source of revenue for the family is what her father earns from his job as a security guard.
Marie is a very ambitious and hardworking girl. She is in 11th grade and is eager to become a doctor. She likes reading in her spare time. Marie lives with her parents and sisters in Bobo-Dioulasso, who are caring for children from Konkourona who need access to high school and technical schools. The primary source of revenue for the family is what her father earns from his job as a security guard.
Delphine is a very ambitious and courageous student. She is in 6th grade and would like to become a doctor. She likes reading and cooking in her spare time. Delphine lives with her parents in Konkourona. Farming is the family’s only source of income.
Gaston is a hardworking and disciplined student. He likes playing soccer and going to the cinema. He also helps his father to repair bicycles. Gaston would like to become a nurse. He lives with his parents in Bobo-Dioulasso. His father is a mechanic and his mother is a housewife. Their only source of revenue comes from what his father get from repairing bicycles, which is not enough to meet even the primary needs of the family.