Latest news from Tangou

Newsletter n° 35 from 20.10.2022

Please help us bringing electricity to the Classrooms!

Beginning of the school year

The director of Tangou school contacted us recently to inform us of the current situation becoming critical in order to ensure the right conditions for teaching.

The ever-increasing number of pupils is leading to a widening of the every day timetable and the school lacks lighting.

We therefore need to equip the classrooms with electricity through the purchase and installation of solar panels connected to batteries.

This will highly improve the teaching and learning conditions and allow the school to even offer evening courses for adults.

By improving the teaching conditions, we hope to increase the educational success of the 700 children - and soon adults! - enrolled in the school of Tangou.

If you believe in our project and want to support us, you can donate directly to our HelloAsso

And check out a school in Tangou section for more info about the creation of the school and its development throughout the years..

one tree for each child

Sahara Anmilale was summoned in June 2022 by the governor regarding the schools around Douentza : several schools in the area were invaded by the sand of the Sahara desert.

We decided therefore to plant 380 trees all around our school in Tangou to protect the buildings.


FOR ONLY 2€, a child from Tangou could plant his own tree...

Shop with us and support the school of Tangou

Check out our selection of handcraft jewelries and handmade bags on our charity shop.
All is handmade with love!

Your shopping will help us in our current and future projects in Tangou and bring success to the children studying in the school!
Happy shopping!

charity Concert sunday 26 february 2023 4 pm

New project :
the solar mamas !

Our latest project is to help 4 grandmothers of the village in taking part in the International solar training program proposed by the Barefoot College in India.

This program will allow them to learn how to design, build and maintain solar systems in order to bring their knowledge and the technology back to Tangou.

Find out more about the project and how you can help here.