Fengarion - Mirelle Galoghiris Award

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Holistic education in Ecuador

by OneAction

Chilibulo, Quito, Ecuador

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This project will cover part of the food costs for the pupils until the Institute reaches self-sufficiency. Indeed, the organic garden’s current production and the parents’ contributions are insufficient to cover the totality of the costs generated by the school’s refectory (including a morning snack and a lunch).

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3452 votes
1st position

The Khmer library: promoting reading and improving literacy in Cambodia

by Aide et Action

Kandal, Cambodia

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This project aims at advancing literacy and developing a culture of reading and learning among 3,000 children thanks to "The Khmer library" app. It will also support local writers and help increase the volume and quality of e-books in Khmer and other learning content.

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3043 votes
2nd position

Social and professional reintegration of 150 children detained in Ivory Coast

by Association Chryzalid

Abidjan, Ivory Coast

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This project will provide equipment for 4 workshops (carpentry, sewing, gardening and drawing) as well as skilled staff to offer training to detained children aged 12-18. It will also ensure that these young people can later continue their training outside the centre and get better reintegration chances.

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1061 votes
3rd position

Improving the learning environment of a village school

by Nouvelle Planète

Sorondo, Guinea

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The village children in the district of Sorondo study their primary school curriculum in two classrooms dating back to the 1990s. The unsuitable environment affects the quality of learning. This project aims at completing the school infrastructure with two classrooms and a toilet block.

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174 votes
4th position
For the humankind, but also for all life on earth to improve, education and empowerment of the underprivileged is a must. Knowledge based on education and training apprenticeships are essential for human beings to have a chance of fulfilment of their lives, enjoyment and respect of the environment they live in. These knowledge tools should be free from political and religious influences and based on the morals of the UN chart of human rights. The need is seen primarily, but not solely, in underdeveloped and developing countries and mainly for children in need and uneducated and unempowered mothers.Mireille Caloghiris

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