The Building of the New School Has Been Completed

A further milestone for Burkina Faso and Mali

The project “Education and Vocational Training for Sahel” is a program geared towards the improvement of general education and vocational training, of physical education and of cultural capacities in Burkina Faso and Mali.  The YOU Foundation supports the goal of improving the lives of the extremely poor people who have been victims of crises and conflicts in rural regions of Burkina Faso and Mali and help them help themselves.

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The “One Egg a Day – Food Security in Africa” Project

 

The thing with the egg … and the fight against malnutrition

In addition to very valuable protein, the egg also contains unsaturated fatty acids and minerals such as sodium, kalium, calcium, magnesium, manganese, iron, copper, zinc, phosphorus, selenium, and sulfur. The egg also contains vitamins A, D, E, K, B2 and B6, nicotinamide, pantothenic acid, and folic acid. One egg covers approximately 35% of a person’s daily vitamin B12 needs and in a cooked egg, Biotin, also known as vitamin B7, provides for healthy hair, skin, nerve cells, and metabolism. Only vitamin C is missing to make the egg perfect, but it remains one of the most natural unprocessed food sources…

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Help with the water supply for those people who previously did not have access to clean and safe water

Help promote well projects in West Africa!

Resilience – A 6 Prong Project for Burkina Faso and Mali

The baby has gained weight.

This large project contains six objectives to increase resilience in people living in the border region between Burkina Faso and Mali:

All six objectives of this project are overriding themes and adhere to the following sustainable goals:

1.) Training and Empowerment (Strengthening)

2.) Help to self help through income producing measures

3.) Food Security – Ending Famine

4.) Mobility and Logistics

5.) Climate protection awareness and increased resilience against climate change

6.) Sport for children living in border regions to promote peace and cultural dialogues

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