Benin – NGO Aganer

Benin
Villages of Ganvié, Dangbo et Aguegue

Country : Benin

Villages of Ganvié, Dangbo et Aguegue

Project : 3 schools of 500 students

Partner : ONG Aganer

Planning : 2019

Context

The people of Dangbo get their water from a well and all the inhabitants of Ganvié get their water from a few kilometers from the village. The children of the commune of Aguegue-Houedomel recovers water directly from the Ouémé river (a well is under construction).

Children are regularly affected by diseases such as cholera, typhoid fever and diarrheal diseases, which prevent them from pursuing a healthy schooling.

It is in this context that the NGO Aganer, a Beninese organization and the Safe Water Cube endowment fund, join forces to raise funds to enable children and their families to have access to drinking water.

Presentation of the project in the schools of the villages of Ganvié and Dangbo

The project involves the installation of 3 Safe Water Cube fountains in public primary schools in the villages of Ganvié, Dangbo and Aguegue (district of HOUEDOME) to allow 1336 children and their families to have access to safe drinking water and avoid proliferation of diseases due to poor water quality.

This project focuses on the following three points: WATER, HEALTH and SOCIAL LINK

  • The supply and installation of three Safe Water Cube fountains,
  • Provide training to the population on the importance of drinking water,
  • Educate children about the importance of drinking and using drinking water,
  • Create social link between two French schools and the schools of Ganvié and Dangbo.

Targets of the project:

  1. Install three Safe Water Cube fountains that will allow 1336 children and their families to have access to drinking water,
  2. Train the population in health and hygiene needs,
  3. Create social bond between the children of the world.

REMAINING AMOUNT TO BE FINANCED : 16 500 €

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