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And the story continues...
The mamas (care workers) at the Orphanage St Enfant Jésus of Abomey (OSEJ) are celebrating. Grouping and taking action(meeting with their superior) to improve their working status has finally brought the results they wanted!
After a first negative response from their superior, she has finally accepted to subscribe the mamas in the social security! They will have official contracts and they will be able to benefit from medical…Continue
The religious orphanage, Saint Enfant Jesus (OSEJ) is located two steps from the local market of Abomey, a town in the Zou region of Benin. At the OSEJ there are 6 care workers, who are called by everyone "les mamans", the mamas. Maman Pierret, Nicole, Gérard, Vital, Nicole and Colette, have been working at the OSEJ for more than 10 years. Along these years they have took care of…Continue
Who is Mama Kara? It is the community self-assessment (SALT) training organized by the Togolese Red Cross in partnership with UNICEF, which took place in Kara from the 18th until the 21st May 2015. In June a pilot phase will start in Togo: 2 regions, 4 districts, 8 villages.
Different actors, from project coordinators to mammas from the club de mères will use the community self-assessment in the different villages. The villages will evaluate their situation regarding the…Continue
Thank you to all the people who have supported us these past few months in many different ways!
Ah! We also finally listened to Celicia!
Hans and I did the first part of the SALT (dream and practices) regarding what we expect of H2CGhana and ourselves. We really needed it, we discovered a lot and we want to continue in this…Continue
Hans and I have given birth to H2CGhana! A newborn “educational project” that tries to stand out among tons of others.…Continue
The colorful Flash-Job arrives in Brussels!
We are a group of people with a common thought; we are fed up of the…Continue