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!
On Thursday, June 23, 't Atrium set out a round around the school for ASAP (500 meters) and the first year students ran a sponsored walk...
This week we received a call from 't Atrium; if we could quickly arrange a QR code, then an alternative sponsored walk could be organized...
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.
Latest blogs by Hervé
Situation in Burkina There are several things which do not help to have positive feelings about Burkina Faso. Insecurity: the attacks against the police and army are causing more and more deaths....
Another week flew by… and only 2 to go. Eugénie arrived last Sunday for a short stay. She is getting our house in order and sorting out some goods arrived in our last container. I know I am talking...
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