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Association femmes

Women's Association ...
Women are the essential pillars of entrepreneurship and trade in Africa, and it seemed important to us to encourage the creation of a women's association, with the aim of launching projects of general or economic interest.
Now it's been done for a few weeks in Sagbadaï, thanks to a small budget made available by SPESS: the four mothers of scholarship students met recently to make this project a reality, accompanied by a trainer to set up workshops (manufacturing butter, soap making, etc.).
We sincerely hope that other women and mothers will join this group, once the artisanal production techniques have been evaluated!

 

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SPESS

c/o Nigel Page-Jones

62 Rue du Port

29250 St Pol de Leon

Nos objectifs SPESS

S.P.E.S.S.

The SPESS was founded in 2008 in Brittany as a non profit making association to support the disadvantaged and the poor in Togo.
The original idea was to develop a farm and traditional cultures in the small village of Sagbadaï, located 300 kilometers north of the capital Lome in the province of Sokode.

We then focused more on the questions of education and health. In 2012 we started the project of building a solid school building (for primary classes) in order to allow children to be educated in decent conditions. In 2014, we built the college buildings to enable a better continuity between primary and secondary education as many primary-schooled children drop out due to a lack of facilities and finance.

Health is also a main priority and it is imperative to improve the existing local infrastructure to allow access to care for the poor. One of our main projects is to renovate the old and dilapidated dispensary in Sagabadaï. They have no running water, no electricity and no real equipment.