Although the year 2018 has just begun, the last few days will be among the best. Every visit at the schools in Dakar is an experience I am so thankful for and it makes you think differently about so many things!
We went to 3 schools, a health center and a maternity center.
Monday: We visited Fissel, which is a village in the rural area. It took us 3 hours to go there, but it was definitely worth it. The health and maternity center have to work with simple equipment, but they do there best to help people living on the countryside. We also went to the school of Fissel. There are more than 100 kids taught by only 3 teachers and nearly no material to work with.
Tuesday: We had such a good time at the Guinaw Rails school, playing and singing with the kids. At the third school, the Meoni Buresti school, I had a special project. Children from Austria made bracelets and posters for the kids in Dakar. In retourn I got letters for the kids in Austria. The smile of the kids after they had seen pictures of the kids in Austria, who made their bracelets, was unbelievable and so emotional. I think, this was a project, which was a great experience on bothe sides, therefore I am already planning actions for next year 🤗
A big thank you to Pål Anders Ullevålseter, who made this journey possible for me. Special thx also to Alessio Corradini for the great pics and to all guys, who went to the schools with us and brought material for the kids too. The team of helpers grows every year 😃 going really international 🇳🇴,🇫🇷,🇵🇹,🇮🇹,🇨🇭,🇬🇧,🇦🇹,🇸🇳 😊
Impressions from my walk today! It’s incredible how one backstreet is shiny, luxurious, you could think you are waking through Notting Hill, and around the corner people live in the ghetto! The difference between rich and poor in the Dominican rep. Is huge. There is almost no middle class left. Super rich-or extremely poor, that’s all! It’s just a reflection what is happening in most parts of the world! We are being kept separated from each other, that’s what the power keepers of the world want so they can stay rich and powerful! We are majorly missing balance in this planet! In places like Europe it might not be as obvious, but if you are born poor here, you won’t have the same chances as others! 🤷🏼♀️🌎 #richandpoor#nobalance#equality#equalchances#love#compassion#connection#robinhoodknew
Went back to @amyfoundationsa today, where Flo volunteered two years ago. Stumbled into a end-of-year party, lucky us. We brought @strooprotterdam bacon wafels anyway . So amazing to feel so welcome,even though it was not our party. That is South Africa 😄 so grateful to see you guys again @michellejbagley
The Amy Biehl Foundation truly does amazing work, by offering kids from the slums, who have literally nothing (except their hidden talents), after school programs to develop and learn skills such as cooking, hospitality, craftsmanship ,music, dance etc to make a better chance in the future. If you don't know how to donate to charity this year... Please consider this ! You'll be sure your money is spend well and really change lives!
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#jumpforgirls#unicef#genderequality#equalchances "Mädchen, die in Krisenländern leben oder auf der Flucht sind, sind besonders gefährdet, Opfer von Ausbeutung, Gewalt und Missbrauch zu werden. Sehr viele Kinder sind alleine ohne ihre Familien auf der Flucht. In den letzten beiden Jahren waren 300.000 unbegleitete Kinder und Jugendliche in 80 Ländern unterwegs. Das ist eine riesige Zahl." - https://www.unicef.de/mitmachen/youth/good-action/-/jumpforgirls/145000
“Education is the key to unlock the golden door to freedom.” Washington Carver.
Jusqu'à la fin octobre vous pouvez encore offrir la clé de cette liberté en sponsorisant une enfant pour l'année scolaire 2017-2018.
Merci à tous nos parrains et marraines ainsi qu'à tous ceux qui nous ont offerts des effets🙏
Merci à toute l'équipe 😆
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The previous post got me thinking: why is it that we see so few women in pastry competitions when they're proving to have what it takes to be a top chef? Take #quiseraleprochaingrandpatissier for example, season four only 2 out of 9 candidates are women. Looking at the results of the previous seasons the competition was won 50/50 by female and male chefs: season 1 @audrey_gellet, season 2 @ophelie.bares, season 3 Gregory Quère and season 4 @leandrevivier. So why don't women pastry chefs get more chances to show what they're made of? I don't know who is the producer of this show, but I hope the jury members have an answer @pierremarcolini @claire.heitzler @christopheadam @jeanimbert. And if not the lack of skills you would probably thing that this is just a male-dominated profession that women in general are not interested in, right? But I doubt that's a valid argument either since pastry classes are usually dominated by female students. It would be interesting though if @lecordonbleuparis @lecordonbleu_international could provide statistics on what the ratio between male and female pastry students is. #noglassceiling#genderequality#equalchances
Ann Cotton, fondatrice de l’ONG Camfed (campaign for girls education) disait en substance que
La clé du succès de l'éducation des jeunes filles africaines était de construire un modèle qui inclut les communautés, les écoles ainsi que les autorités afin de mettre en place un système de protection et de soutien autour des filles.
Un soutien financier fourni à côté d'un système de soutien social.
Car comme elle le dit, « Rien n’a plus d’effets pour une nation que la scolarisation des filles »
Vous êtes une entreprise, association, personne physique, autorité locale, comme le cabinet Alliance Conseils , joignez vous à nous pour ensemble, aider à la réduction du taux de déscolarisation de la petite fille rurale pour.
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