Gano clinic tells you : “HELP US”

N’Gano is a small village in the Matam region of Senegal. It is mainly inhabited by peulh ethnic.

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In GANO , access and quality of education remain major problems , particularly affecting children in rural areas. HOPE began operations with emergency assistance provided to schools and clinic.

PROGRAM:

The “Destination Haiti-School” program is conducted in partnership with the Foundation Paradis Indians, who built a dozen primary schools to give access to education to all children of the town of apricots, a vast territory . The quality of education is a strong values of the store network. The support was developed for the benefit of 2,500 students in these primary schools.

ACTIVITIES:

annual presentation of school supplies (notebooks, pencils, chalk …) and books to 10 schools to allow underprivileged children who attend to work in good conditions.

ABOUT THE CLINIC 

The Gano clinic was creates in 1990 by the association of villagers. Indeed, it received the aid of foreign agencies and associations such as “La croix rouge” or “Handou Horé Ma”.

Today, the Gano clinic needs us so HOPE decide to help them and you can do it too by becoming a member association.

Moreover , the clinic is composed of a general practitioner and midwife .
Howover, apart from the fact that there is a lack of employee we can observe that there is a lack of equipment and accessories required to care too.

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One thought on “Gano clinic tells you : “HELP US”

  1. The Gano clinic was created in 1990 by the association of villagers.
    Indeed, it received the aid of foreign agencies and associations such as “La croix rouge” or “Handou Horé Ma”.

    Today, the Gano clinic needs us so HOPE decide to help them .

    Moreover , the clinic is composed of a general practitioner and midwife .
    Apart from the fact that there is a lack of employee we can observe that there is a lack of equipment and accessories required to care too.

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