When a hopeless widow can give hope!

Mrs DABOUE is a widow since 2014. Despite the hopeless situation, She decide to give hope to children in a poor context. And she need support to help those children succeed!

Help her to help them well

Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness.

In 6 six years of darkness life (Her husband passed away in 2014), Mrs DABOUE is giving hope to children from poor contexts in the capital city.
More than 20 children are getting free courses from her. She is teaching those children every day (Monday to Saturday) from 6pm to 9pm. She is giving 18 hours per week of her time to help learn their lessons and do their exercises.
Most of those children are from primary school. Parents are not able to help them at home.

So widow DABOUE teaching from grammar to mathematics. Even thought she is sick, she will plan to get ready before children come. Sitting on the floor, with some 3 black board she will teach for 3 hours.

Where does she need to do well her job?
1. She needs a safe a good environment;
2. She needs tables beech. (UDS 500)
3. She needs books. (USD 500)
4. She needs to provide food twice a week to help them learn well.(UDS 500)

Last year one of those students testify that “Mummy has been so kind to us. With her I have learned how to respect my parents and how God loves me so much. Her God is good. I got my primary certificate and I am happy to go to post-primary school. I will always be thankful for what she is doing.

Please do help her to help them!

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This project has reached its fundraising goal.

Thank you to everyone who has contributed to this cause!

Project Updates

Mrs Daboue has been widowed since 2014. Despite their gloomy conditions, she has been giving hope to disadvantaged, underprivileged capital city youngsters (Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso). From 6 pm until 9 pm, she teaches over 30 kids for free. In addition, she spends 18 hours a week helping them study and exercise. Most are primary school scholars. Parents can’t help at home. Widow Daboue teaches grammar and maths. Despite her illness, she trains for three hours on the floor with three blackboards. “Mummy has been extremely lovely to us,” said one student. She taught me to love my parents and God. I’m excited to attend post-primary school. I’ll always appreciate what she’s doing.”