Investing in sustainable development
What makes ASAP unique is that it insists on the involvement of villagers in order to achieve sustainable development. The funds required to run the foundation are kept as low as possible, which means that ASAP devotes 95 % of raised funds to projects in Burkina Faso!
Today on offer: this beautiful Famille Maasai statue, made by Adama Gandema. The statue normally costs 825 euros, now it is yours for 695...
ASAP Foundation started a secondary agricultural school (LAP) in 2011, because the level of secondary education in Burkina Faso is quite...
After 40 years of writing Hervé Millet visited his correspondence friend Jean Millogo in Burkina Faso in February 1997. During a visit to Jeans home village Fina, Hervé arranged the construction of a small clinic. If build by the villagers the Burkinabeese Government agreed to provide a nurse. Such a clinic was desperately needed and a long cherished wish of the inhabitants of Fina.
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Most of the people in developing countries are waiting to get the COVID-19 vaccine. In Burkina Faso it does not seem to be a priority for several reasons. People there do not believe this virus is a...
In Europe, the impacts of the corona virus are numerous. It limits our social contacts, our possibilities to travel, which in turn make it difficult to work and study. In addition, there is now the...
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