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ABIOLA Club ADUMAN

(ID: 738 | Status: Open)
Type: Projekt
Category: Schule
Project manager: Christoph Köhler
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Product(s): 2 Raspberry Pi PC
ABIOLA Club ADUMAN
REQUIRED_DONATION 500€
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Kogri 2

(ID: 817 | Status: Open)
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Product(s): 50 Solar Kit 5W
Kogri is located in a remote area between Jirapa and Heng, a short ride from the main road away. It is a very spread-out community, consisting of separate families and houses that are distributed through the area without a particular center. However, a lot of people live here and were welcoming us. What made this part of the community special were the mountains of big charcoal-sacks stacked on top of each other, counting at least one hundred and fifty. Besides the harvesting of sheanuts, farming of crops and charcoal production are very common business activities in this community. Every once in a while a truck will then come and pick the collected tons of burning material for the people living in towns, so we found out. Coincidentally, a group of nurses had just made an announcement to the community, educating them about health-related topics. This made meeting the people much easier, as a big group of locals had already gathered and more were coming our way. Since by now the rainy season and therefore farming time had come, we expected many of the locals to be at their farms and not available, so this helped everybody a lot. The nature out here seemed especially vivid compared to other places, with huge areas of lush green, uncultivated bush between the houses and fresh acres. The families (One member per household) we met are: 1. Auro Songlaboo, 5m 4f, 2. Yirwllae Stephen, 6m 3f, 3. Bayuo Alice, 10m 5f, 4. Banono Chrispin, 2m 3f, 5. Banono Bataabayele 2m 4f, 6. Dagmaa Prisca, 1m 3f, 7. Bayalebong Aaro, 4m 6f, 8. Damoyiri Bakyelle 2m 5f, 9. Berfanaa Banooreng 6m 4f, 10. Balbaare Brigit 5m 2f, 11. Kangmang Ludia 3m 2f, 12. Dekumwine Domogbiele 2m 3f, 13. Yeri Abena 4m 5f, 14. Nyingre Kamba-enie 5m 5f, 15. Nangyele Kangniolee 2m 2f, 16. Bayuo Joseph 7m 5f, 17. Ninbonnaa Linda 2m 5f, 18. Dabuo Thaddious 2m 3f, 19. Niela-ang Christina 3m 2f, 20. Aaro Cynthia 3m 3f, 21. Kuukye Ahaakandere 4m 2f, 22. Bapoorielegee Akyuoro 3m 2f, 23. Alidu Isha 3m 6f, 24. Lelaanoba Gangarang 3m 4f, 25. Zaato Titie 1m 2f, 26. Banono Richard 3m 4f, 27. Alidu Akuyaa 1f, 28. Abuda Kenii 2m 2f, 29. Justine Yenge 5m 1f, 30. Miri Kabiiru 5m 3f, 31. Mohammed Sherif 3m 2f, 32. Matiemye Baalongsaa 3m 5f, 33. Bakyier Ida 2f, 34. Benjamin Agnes 3m 1f, 35. Kofi Bangganmwine 2m 3f, 36. Ishaa Berfanaa 5m 6f, 37.Banaa Bayuo 5m 4f, 38. Jidiki Ramatu 1m 4f, 39. Bakyier Moses 3m 4f, 40. Abenseng Micheal 4m 5f, 41. Ibrahim Jhamael 4m 3f, 42. Bawol Portia 3m 2f, 43. Iamimuh Seidu 1m 4f, 44. Muba Smaila 3m 4f, 45. Kansaana Bapao Joseph 2m 1f, 46. Masuma Francis 2m 2f, 47. Naagyie Jonas 6m 4f, 48. Naayiri Diana 3m 4f, 49. Kpankpari George 2m 4f, 50. Lydia Morri 4m 3f ***** A big thank you to supervisor Albert Dery ABIOLA-TEAM.
REQUIRED_DONATION 1750€
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MU-NYUUNEEPUO COMMUNITY

(ID: 417 | Status: Donated)
Organization: Kinderhilfe Westafrika
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Torsten Krauße
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Product(s): 21 Solar Kit 5W
The Mu-nyuuneepuo community is also located in the western part of the Jirapa district of the upper west region of Ghana and shares the same boundaries with Amareeyiri community and the main road leading to Lawra district. The people are engaged in farming and wood selling to make a living. It has an estimated population of about 348 people.
REQUIRED_DONATION 735€
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Raspberry PI Computer for School Marcellin Gaba

(ID: 765 | Status: Open)
Type: Projekt
Category: Schule
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Benin (Afrika)
Product(s): 3 Raspberry Pi PC
The school was founded in 2010 as a secondary school. The name of their first principal is Ali BOUKO NAGNIMI There are 252 students. What is new and interesting is that there are more girls than boys in the school, specifically 142 girls and 110 boys. ***** A big thank you to supervisor René Sobabe ABIOLA-TEAM.
REQUIRED_DONATION 750€
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Wesco Demostration D

(ID: 810 | Status: Open)
Type: Projekt
Category: Schule
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Product(s): 1 Raspberry Pi PC
Mrs. Millicent Ocansey is the headmaster in charge of Wesco Demonstration Methodist JHS. It was founded in the year January 1st 1949. The school now has a total population of 329 students, with 169 females representing 51% and 160 males representing 49%. The school has (23) teaching personnel and (1) non-teaching staff from NURSERY to JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL. There are just no computers in use in the school's computer lab. More computers are needed at the school to support successful ICT teaching and learning, as well as to assist students in accessing material from the internet via various search engines. Classes are held from 8 p.m. to 3 a.m. during the week. The students' interest has been sparked by the repositioned PCs. Students frequently outperform their teachers in terms of learning speed. We also hope to employ technology to recognise and improve particular student abilities. Teachers can also use computers to better their education. Adult education via computer is also possible for parents and villagers. In addition, we have installed an Internet connection so that students can access the ABIOLA online Academy. Adults can use computers to obtain information for business, shopping, and medical needs, among other things. We are aware that if our students complete their courses successfully, we will receive extra computers from ABIOLA. Rev. Daniel, our General Manager, deserves our appreciation. ***** ABIOLA is pleased to be able to contribute to the education of students in Ghana. Many thanks for assistance in setting up the computers to Pastor Dr. Daniel Ayembilla, Referee Andrew Jeremiah Nai-Mensah, Referee Jeffery Ayembilla, and Phillip and David and all the other helpers.
REQUIRED_DONATION 250€
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Ausbildungszentrum CEFOPEXD

(ID: 883 | Status: Open)
Organization: KommTOGOgehweiter e.V.
Type: Projekt
Category: Schule
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Togo (Afrika)
Product(s): 100 Solar Kit 5W
Our CEFOPEXD training center in Dévikinme/Togo was inaugurated on February 6th. We strive to offer modern standards to the young people there. There you will first learn computer skills in all disciplines. We also offer applied computer science, renewable energies, electronics and mechatronics as well as food processing. The training is currently still being developed and should start in autumn 2024 if possible. We have already been able to start with applied computer science, and the first 20 trainees are already eagerly learning from us. At the same time, we also offer courses for men and women as trainers and craftsmen in which the use of digitalization plays a role. Unfortunately, there is very little of this available so far and it is also very gratefully accepted. In addition, last summer we offered holiday courses for students as potential future trainees on computer skills and applied computer science. Because the summer holidays in Togo last almost three months. The children and young people as well as their families are very grateful when they can take advantage of useful offers. Participation in the Abiola Academy would be a great addition to our training center. Above all, so that the trainees can complete independent learning units and continue their training later. We would also like to familiarize the students in the summer holiday courses with it. We were impressed by the spectrum of the Abiola Academy. ***** A big thank you to supervisor Ulla d'Almeida-Deupmann.
REQUIRED_DONATION 3500€
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Great Map Academy Offinso

(ID: 724 | Status: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Schule
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Product(s): 5 Raspberry Pi PC
- Rev. Emmanuel Addae - September, 1992 - 14 teachers - 130 students - Primary School 54:76 - Junior High School 6:6 - Our is to hand over the Junior High School to Ghana Education Service (G.E.S) - The computer are valuable for both teaching and learning. ***** ABIOLA is pleased to be able to contribute to the education of students in Ghana. Many thanks for assistance in setting up the computers to Pastor Dr. Daniel Ayembilla, Referee Andrew Jeremiah Nai-Mensah, Referee Jeffery Ayembilla, and Timo and David and all the other helpers.
REQUIRED_DONATION 1250€
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Hoffnung Academy

(ID: 683 | Status: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Schule
Project manager: Christoph Köhler
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Product(s): 5 Raspberry Pi PC, 1 Solar System 260W
The Hope Academy is a primary and soon to be junior high school, as well as a creche, nursery and kindergarten, in the eastern region of Ghana. It was founded by Pastor Andrew Jeremiah Nai-Mensah and his wife Sara Nai-Mensah in 2017. The name Hope Academy, after the German word for hope, was inspired by two German missionaries who visited the school while it was being built. It also reflects on the school's mission: To give the kids hope for a bright and fulfilling future by educating and preparing them for the world awaiting them. In total there are 19 teachers and 250 students. The boy to girl ratio amongst the students is about even, if anything there might be a few more girls attending. Right now the school offers creche, nursery and kindergarten classes, primary school classes one to six and junior high school class one. The school is growing with its oldest class, so additionally to the existing elementary degree it is planned to offer degrees from junior high school as well. Other plans for the future are to complete the current school building and to add more classrooms for the future junior high school classes. Also a library for students and teachers is planned. The computers we thankfully received from Abiola are a great addition to our school and are valuable to us because they allow us to educate the kids in all things concerning computers and the internet. It is giving them great opportunities in a world in which the internet is getting more and more relevant and eventually might even give them job advances. Furthermore the teachers can also use them to prepare their classes and to research material and information to use. ***** ABIOLA is happy to contribute to the education of the students in Ghana. We thank Referent Dr. Daniel Daniel Ayembilla, Referent Andrew Jeremiah Nai-Mensah, Referent Jeffery Ayembilla and Phillip and David and all other helpers.
REQUIRED_DONATION 1250€
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Azuti Community

(ID: 815 | Status: Open)
Organization: ABIOLA gGmbH
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Product(s): 50 Solar Kit 5W
Azuti community is located West-East of Bawku town and shares boundaries with Tamyella and Booyala communities. The Azuti community is part of Azoungo community but got divided. While the main community is Azoungo, the next community is called Azuti. The two communities had been denied electricity for over three decades now and this makes life unbearable for the people. There is no reliable source of light during the night apart from moonlight. The communities have a total population of 1028 people currently living in them. Out of this population, majority of the people are youth and children of school going age and are often confronted with difficulty in learning at night. Thers is a serious scarcity of water in these communities for both human and animal cosumption. The people are mainly farmers where they cultivate crops such as,millet, maize, soyabeans, groundnut, beans,rice and also rear farm animals such as cattle,sheep, goats, fowls and guinea fowls.The women also engage in sheabutter extraction as local business , which is seasonal. The rain generally comes once in a year in the north for which Azoungo and Azuti communities are no exception. Even though people are hardworking and like to farm all year round, they cannot do so because of the one rainy season in the north. This compels people to travel to the sourthern part of Ghana to work in cocoa farms to earn money and send to their families at home. They often come home during the rainy season. It is also a well known fact that these two communities separated by a river have majority of the people living in abject poverty and cannot afford to buy lamps to use in the night. Those who have family members living outside these communities are the ones with torch lamps that need batteries replacement all the time. The offer to register them for the Abiola lamps was a welcoming news that gained acceptability by members of the two communities. The registered families are as follows; 1. Ayabilla Asobilla 2. Azure Aron Assibi 3. Afuugu Azumah 4. Abugre Atindaugo 5.Abugre Bismark Avoka 6. Ayamah Awande 7.Atinga Mbasaki 8. Avoka Anavela 9. Mbawini Mbabe 10. Abugre Awini 11.Atiah Anamgat 12. Asebora Arongba 13. Ndebilla Ayabma 14. Ndeogo Aborkobig 15. Atanga Esther 16. Alale Aeetimash 17.Ayaaba Anamkula 18. Azumah Akugmah 19. Anobiki Anamlemina 20. Akuyin Anabdoya 21. Ayebilla Lydia 22. Abugre Abraham Awande 23.Talata Abugri 24. Azure Adenaba 25. Mbawini Aboyane 26. Aseknaba Alaldago 27. Awera Akugba 28. Apanaba Akoloba 29. Acheze Azongo 30. Abugri Apam 31. Akugri Akulsam 32. Adongbilla Anamsaki 33. Akugri Assibi 34.Atinga Azabinem 35. Alale Awinba 36.Akooba Charles 37. Apambilla Hamidu 38. Avoka Akuuba 39. Alale Abugbilla 40. Atanga Martin 41.Akeze Azumah 42. Akezel Ayaaba 43.Akezel Akurugu 44. Abariga Mbabe 45.Ayeeke Obey 46.Atubo Ayaaba 47. Akemi David 48.Mbawini Avoka 49.Akugri Talata 50. Mutaka Ayelele ***** A big thank you to supervisor Albert Dery ABIOLA-TEAM.
REQUIRED_DONATION 1750€
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School Bamendankwe

(ID: 746 | Status: Open)
Organization: Informatik für Afrika
Type: Projekt
Category: Schule
Project manager: Christoph Köhler
Country: Kamerun (Afrika)
Product(s): 4 Raspberry Pi PC
The Government High Bilingual School in Bamendankwe has 3500 students. It is the only school in the anglophone region of Cameroon that continued to function even during the unrest. The students come from the surrounding villages in the northwest of Cameroon. Computer Science for Africa has been supporting the school with hardware for computer science lessons since 2015. At the moment it is one of the few schools that can offer practical computer science lessons. Since August 2023, the school has also been offering ABIOLA online courses as a supplement to the curriculum. In view of the rapidly increasing number of students, the center would be happy to receive more support and would like to have a second IT room. ***** ABIOLA is pleased to be able to make a contribution to the education of students in Cameroon. Many thanks to Rosina Hug for helping organize and set up the computers.
REQUIRED_DONATION 1000€
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Königliche Akademie in Dunkwa

(ID: 891 | Status: Open)
Type: Projekt
Category: Schule
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Product(s): 3 Raspberry Pi PC
Royal academy at Dunkwa was founded in the year 2010 by the Assembly of God, Dunkwa. Since then, Rev. Solomon K. Manso has been running the school. The 15 teachers teach a total of 500 students in the departments Creche, KG, Primary, and JHS. In addition to a kindergarten, there are also 6 different school classes. Next to the elementary school, there is also a Junior High School with currently 30 students. The relationship between girls and boys is roughly balanced. The school clothes are preferably the AoG unit cloth. It is very important to us that our children are brought up in the Christian faith and that they learn to deal with teachers and classmates in a disciplined manner. Classes take place during the week from 8 am to 3 pm. The transferred computers arouse great interest on the part of the students. Oftentimes, students learn faster than teachers can teach them. We also try to use the computer to recognize the special abilities of students and to promote them accordingly. The computers also enable teachers to further educate themselves. Adult education for parents and villagers is also possible with the computer. We have also set up an Internet that allows students to study the ABIOLA online Academy courses. Adults can also use the computers to obtain information for work, procurement, medicine, and many other areas. We are aware that we will get even more computers from ABIOLA if our students study their courses appropriately. ***** ABIOLA is pleased to be able to contribute to the education of students in Ghana. Many thanks for assistance in setting up the computers to Supervisor Dr. Daniel Ayembilla, Rev. Jeffery Ayembilla.
REQUIRED_DONATION 750€
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School Holy Ghost

(ID: 849 | Status: Open)
Type: Projekt
Category: Schule
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Product(s): 3 Raspberry Pi PC
Rev. Quarmson Thomas Henry is the lead pastor in of Holy Ghost Assemblies of God, Ashaiman and the founder of the school. Because of his busy schedules, he has appointed Dec. Silas to head the affairs of the School. Holy Ghost AG Academy was founded in the year 2009. The school now has a total population of 113 students, with 56 females representing 49% and 57 males representing 51%. The school has fifteen (16) teaching personnel and four (4) non-teaching staff from NURSERY to JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL. Classes are held from 8 p.m. to 3 a.m. during the week. The students' interest has been sparked by the Abiola PCs. Students frequently outperform their teachers in terms of learning speed. We also hope to employ technology to recognise and improve particular student abilities. Teachers can also use computers to better their education. Adult education via computer is also possible for parents and villagers. In addition, we have installed an Internet connection so that students can access the ABIOLA online Academy. Adults can use computers to obtain information for business, shopping, and medical needs, among other things. We are aware that if our students complete their courses successfully, we will receive extra computers from ABIOLA. Rev. Daniel, our General Manager, deserves our appreciation. Also to our able supervisor Pastor Jeffery Ayembilla for the time spend on travelling to and fro. ***** ABIOLA is pleased to be able to contribute to the education of students in Ghana. Many thanks for assistance in setting up the computers to Pastor Dr. Daniel Ayembilla, Referee Andrew Jeremiah Nai-Mensah, Referee Jeffery Ayembilla, and Phillip and David and all the other helpers.
REQUIRED_DONATION 750€
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Church of the Assemblies of God Korombéné-Moukokotamou

(ID: 710 | Status: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Familiengemeinschaft
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Product(s): 41 Solar Kit 5W
Church of the Assemblies of God Korombéné-Moukokotamou This day Saturday, July 23, 2022, the churches of Korombéné and Moukokotamou in the commune of Natitingou joyfully received my visit at the invitation of their pastor Reverend Pastor Jacob AARON. The members of these churches, whether in Korombéné or Moukokotamou, were really enthusiastic because the news brought to them met their real need when one considers that these two churches are very close to the largest city in the department of Atacora. do not benefit from electricity, a very essential commodity for life today and for development. As you can see through the overall photos, the children are in the majority and all are students, hence the need for them to have light to allow them to learn their lessons every evening before going. in bed. While the light will allow these little children to learn their lessons, their mothers will be able to continue by carrying out their activities which allow them to be independent and to participate in the life of the family. When we observe closely, we see that the life led by these populations is very difficult and at the limit unbearable because they lack the minimum subsistence. On behalf of these two churches, a total of 41 families, some of whom are not necessarily from the church, have been taken into account, hoping that the NGO ABIOLA will respond favorably to their needs. The senior pastor of these two churches would like to thank ABIOLA in advance for his generosity in favor of the thousands of African families in general and those of Benin in particular. Here is the list of affected families 1- BOKO Simatori, 2- TCHOROPA Kouyo, 3-KOUARFATE Noël, 4-KOUARFATE Bandélé, 5-YEKOUTE Ténin, 6- TEFFA Jeanne, 7-DAKOU Pascal, 8-TCHOROMI Kpissiro, 9- KOHOUTOPO A Robert, 10-TCHOROUE Félix, 11-TCHOROUE Edith, 12-NTCHA Nadège, 13-YORO Ona, 14-KOHOUTOPO Wétori ? 15- WANTA Samaoura, 16-KOUARFATE Albert, 17-SEKOUPE Kouhoutopo 18- YOMBO Madeleine,19-YAWAROU Sika, 20-KOUAGOU Marie, 21-MARE T Jeanette, 22-KOUAGOU Mpo,23-OKASSA Tègri, 24-SAGUI Jeanne, 25- BOKO Yolo, 26-ODAPOKOTI Thérèse, 27-NDA K Mathieu, 28-KOUAGOU Jacob,29-OSSOKPATO Rose, 30-WANDOR Rébecca,31-NDAH Marthe,32-NATTE Jacob,33- NDAH Colette, 34-MATCHI K Martine, 35-NATTE W Elie, 36-NDAH Mouyikè, 37-NTCHA Esther, 38-NTCHA Thérèse, 39-MPO Jean, 40-KOUAGOU François, 41-KOUAGOU Martine ***** A big thank you to supervisor René Sobabe ABIOLA-TEAM.
REQUIRED_DONATION 1435€
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Yarikou Assemblies of God Evangelical Church

(ID: 707 | Status: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Benin (Afrika)
Product(s): 51 Solar Kit 5W
Yarikou Assemblies of God Evangelical Church It is one of the oldest churches of the Assemblies of God in the commune of Natitingou. As you can see most of the members let's say all the members are subsistence farmers because of the meager resources they have. The village of Yarikou is located to the east of the city of Natitingou, dominated mainly by two ethnic groups, namely the Natimbas and the Wabas. Although the village has electricity, several families live in darkness, thus influencing negatively the studies of children from these families and more the activities of women carrying out some income-generating activities. As soon as the information reached the families of the possibility of offering them solar kits and on seeing certain photos of the distribution of the kits in certain villages, their enthusiasm was greater since the doubts which hovered over people's minds were dissipated. Thus 51 families in total have been registered on behalf of the Yarikou church: 1-DOKO Yokossi, 2-KATOTCHA Louise, 3-ZINGBE Christian, 4-OUROPE Sinomatohou, 5-BATI Adolphe, 6-SOTIRATE Antoine, 7- TCHANKPEGA Wilfried, 8-MAKOROU Jean, 9-DOBOU OROU Matthieu, 10-BOUNDE Tchokomi, 11-KOUAGOU Christophe, 12- WANI Mathieu, 13-BERATE Marcel, 14-SABI Moïse, 15-YANTO Daniel, 16-POH Paul, 17 -TEHOURE T Emmanuel, 18-TCHESSO George, 19-KAMBOU Jeanne, 20-KOUAMPARA Jeanne, 21-SABI Rémi, 22-YANTO Paul, 23-BIO YARI Rosalie, 24-SATO Dakoupé, 25-SANNI Florence, 26-TCHOROUWE Queen , 27-KARO Nèkima, 28-SEKE Saki, 29-YOTTO Tèkiri, 30-TCHOROMI Tikiba, 31-TCHOROUWE Jeanne? 32-SOKOU Nahini, 33-PAKOURO Penso, 34-TCHOROUWE Elisabeth, 35-YANTO Michel, 36-KOUAGOU Marthe, 37- POH Jeannette, 38-SANNI Orou Pascal, 39-POH Orou Josias, 40-DOKO Nahini Victorine, 41- YENAWAN Léa, 42-DOKO Anne, 43-TCHOROUWE Dénise, 44-SANNI Pauline, 45-SIKA Madeleine, 46-DAKOURO Kpissiro, 47-YORO Rébecca, 48-DABAHOUI Rose, 49-YANTO Gnon Esther, 50-DOKO Joël, 51 -TCHOROPA W Delphine
REQUIRED_DONATION 1785€
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Faith A/G School

(ID: 806 | Status: Open)
Type: Projekt
Category: Schule
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Product(s): 1 Raspberry Pi PC
Rev. Kakari is the founded of the school that was founded in the year 2009. Since then, Ms. Gifty is the headmistressof the school. The school has 14 teachers teaching a total of 410 students in the departments nursery to JHS. The relationship between 210 girls and 200 boys is balanced. The school clothes are light blue top and blue black down. It is very important to us that our children are brought up in the Christian faith and that they learn to deal with teachers and classmates in a disciplined manner. Classes take place during the week from 8am to 3pm. The transferred computers arouse great interest on the part of the students. Adult education for parents and villagers is also possible with the computer. We have also set up an Internet that allows students to study the ABIOLA online Academy courses. Adults can also use the computers to obtain information for work, procurement, medicine, and many other areas. Often times, students learn faster than teachers can teach them. We also try to use the computer to recognize special abilities of students and to promote them accordingly. The computers also enable teachers to further educate themselves. We are aware that we will get even more computers from ABIOLA if our students study their courses appropriately. Thanks to our supervisor, Dr. Daniel Ayembilla and Pastor Jeffery for considering us. ***** ABIOLA is pleased to be able to contribute to the education of students in Ghana. Many thanks for assistance in setting up the computers to Pastor Dr. Daniel Ayembilla, Referee Andrew Jeremiah Nai-Mensah, Referee Jeffery Ayembilla, and Phillip and David and all the other helpers.
REQUIRED_DONATION 250€
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ABIOLA Needy-Club NIGERIA

(ID: 740 | Status: Open)
Organization: Help for the Needy
Type: Projekt
Category: Schule
Project manager: Christoph Köhler
Country: Nigeria (Afrika)
Product(s): 1 Raspberry Pi PC
ABIOLA Needy-Club NIGERIA
REQUIRED_DONATION 250€
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Central A/G Academy Ashaiman

(ID: 720 | Status: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Schule
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Product(s): 5 Raspberry Pi PC
The Rector of the school is Ps. Cheslyn Agbetsiafa. The school was establshed in September 2004. The school recently have Seventeen teaching staffs and four non teaching staffstaffs with a student population of 158. The ratio of boys to girls is approximately balanced. There are fourteen classes startng from creche to JHS 3 , which is elementary and junior high school. The school commences from 8 am to 3pm each working days. It is our focus to improve the infrastructure of the school for better learning environment, make the school IT friendly. We hope increase the student population with greater focus on the preschool department. This computer project will enable the students to compete in the global world, improve the IT skills of the students and make records processing and storage easier, simplier, and safer. The students will join the Abiola Academy and undertake special projects and task to assertain their special ability. This help teachers provide relevant assistance to these students. Teachers will have an addition resource based to research. This computers will be used by them to make teaching and learning very practical. ***** ABIOLA is pleased to be able to contribute to the education of students in Ghana. Many thanks for assistance in setting up the computers to Pastor Dr. Daniel Ayembilla, Referee Andrew Jeremiah Nai-Mensah, Referee Jeffery Ayembilla, and Timo and David and all the other helpers.
REQUIRED_DONATION 1250€
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Familien SolarKits für das Dorf Taiacou

(ID: 764 | Status: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Benin (Afrika)
Product(s): 24 Solar Kit 5W
Description of the Village of Taiacou Taiacou is a village located in the commune of Tanguièta located just a few kilometers from the border with the neighbor to the north west of Benin, I named Burkina Faso, a country threatened so much by terrorism. This population, the vast majority of which is rural, lives, as is often said, with fear in their stomachs since each day that passes they hear the echoes of terrorist strikes towards the border. All this proves how much once night falls, these populations need light not only for their children in relation to the lessons to be learned but also for their own safety because they are called to go out into the bush for their ease. Moreover, the good ladies who carry out small income-generating activities do not have the courage to pursue them even in the moonlight. The assistance of the NGO ABIOLA in the face of such a situation will be of great benefit not only for these children who are students but also for these women who provide substantial help in the lives of families. A total of 24 families have been registered in the village; they are as follows 1-Boni Souali 2-NAMA Moussa 3-bekouana Michel 4-KOLI Judicael 5-KOLI Simbien 6-PEMA Edouard 7-TONKOUA Tchome 8- MPIENI Simbien 9-KOUTI Patrice 10-GASERE Chabi 11-CHABI DEGA Patrice 12-FANNAN Ouassa 13-BOUAYOURI Ouossa 14- TONKOUA Chabi 15-SAMBIENI Salamatou 16- KOMBIE Baké 17- TCHANPOURI Ouossa 18-KOUTI Sabi 19-NEKA Edouard 20-KELANI Joseph 21-MPENI Jean 22-NAMA Nestor 23-TCHANSI Richard 24- KOLI André
REQUIRED_DONATION 840€
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Hilfsstation Illechin

(ID: 161 | Status: Donated)
Organization: Oredola.e.V.
Type: Projekt
Category: Medizinische Hilfsstation
Project manager: Christoph Köhler
Country: Benin (Afrika)
Product(s): 1 Solar System 60W
Illechin is located in Ketou in the department of Plateau This medical substation also functions as a birthplace, where a Hebame still bring children to life with oil lamps. We would like to illuminate 9 rooms with the Abiola SolarKit, most important is the delivery room. As you can see on the photo, everything is dark there at night. The Birth House Illechin is responsible for 3000 inhabitants. A power supply is not available there. The whole organization team would be very happy about the new lighting. The project is supervised by http://www.oredola.de/
REQUIRED_DONATION 350€
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Dorf Worou

(ID: 661 | Status: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Christoph Köhler
Country: Benin (Afrika)
Product(s): 36 Solar Kit 5W
Worou is a village in the commune of Cobly located in the north-west of Benin. This village allowed me to see another part of the difficulties facing the populations of our country, especially in rural areas. The habitats in this village are scattered and the indigenous populations collaborate with the Fulani who are pastoralists and whose habitats reflect the extreme poverty in which these populations live. One does not notice on the side of these Peulh populations any house built in final materials. In this village going from one house to another even with the motorbike was not easy due to the narrowness of its paths. The indigenous populations are cultivators therefore only live off the products of the fields and therefore subject to the goodwill of rainfall, that is to say when it is good, they have very good harvests and when it is bad then it is good. is famine, misery in the homes. When observed closely and given the slow pace of development of our country, the village visited will not have the chance to see a glimmer of hope in terms of electricity anytime soon. This situation was the motive for which I also went to this village so that ABIOLA could really give them a helping hand by offering them family solar kits which would initially bring out the pupils and schoolchildren of this locality. of their lack of competitiveness in relation to school results, but again this will allow their parents to benefit from the energy to recharge their mobile phones. The proximity of habitats to the bush is also a danger for these populations since they are sufficiently exposed to snake bites and scorpion stings. This donation of solar kits will reduce the risk of snake bites and scorpion stings as much as possible. Note that in this village, unlike some I have passed through, there was no pocket of resistance to this offer. All populations are ready to receive this gift which will allow them in the future to change the way they think about the world. A total of 36 families were registered in the village of Worou namely ***** 1-MAMA Amadou? 2- KAREMPO Dotia Arouna 3- KAREMPO Dotia, 4-LAYA Kadja, 5-BIRIGUI Souaïbou, 6-BIRIGUI Ousman Raïnatou, 7-SAHADOU Ouraïta, 8-IDRISSOU Fatouma, 9-HAMA Hamadou Boula, 10-MOLLY Kesi 11- ABDOULAYE Djalika, 12-ABDOULAYE Moukaïla, 13-SAMBIENI Cécile, 14-SAMBIENI? Tandjomè 16-SANHONGOU Nicole, 17-TAKPEMA ThérENI, 18-Dominique 19-KOMBETTO Emmanuel, 20-N'SERMA Matthieu, 21-TCHANATE Nestor, 22-TCHANATE François, 23-NAMBONI Marguérite, 24-TOUMOUDAGOU Iribiénou, 25-NOUEMOU Alphonse, 26-NOUEMOU Elodie, 27- KOMBIENOU Séraphin, 28-TCHANATE Alasane, 29-NTOUAMA Baké, 30-GNAMMOU Paul, 31-NEKOPUA Toumoudagou, 32-SAMBIENOU Aboudou, 33-TAOUEMA Osée, 34-MOUTOUAMA Mathilde, 35-NAMBOTA Arsène, 36-GNAMOU Ilouka ***** A big thank you to the organizer René Sobabe. TEAM ABIOLA.
REQUIRED_DONATION 1260€
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Dorf Toroubou

(ID: 677 | Status: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Christoph Köhler
Country: Benin (Afrika)
Product(s): 39 Solar Kit 5W
The village of Toroubou welcomed us today through the NGO ACELSB which carries out actions in favor of the populations of this village and which in the meantime had contacted Christoph through its first manager, Mr. Maxime TCHEHOUNDJE. It was therefore seeing the need and the difficulties facing these populations that he asked me to turn to ABIOLA for assistance in the field of solar energy. According to the explanations of the head of the NGO ACELSB supported by the chief of the said village, the populations suffer cruelly from this commodity which is light.Once night has fallen, apart from the lighting of the fire in the houses, no other light is not noticeable. This is a big burden not only for these populations who live there but also for the Chief Village and the NGO which has just started its activities in the direction of helping children to flourish. the village chief that there are days when children worried about their future cry in front of their parents while asking for their flashlight in order to be able to learn their lessons. Such a situation explains here the need and the urgency to come to the aid of these populations so that solar family kits are granted to them to allow these innocent souls to learn their lessons and to be more or less at the same level as those living in urban areas and which benefit full time from electrical energy. Parents will also be able to recharge their mobile phones through ABIOLA's gesture in favor of them. It should be noted that the news of the possibility of giving them the chance to have light in their homes was very well received by all. We can't wait for the NGO ABIOLA to really come to the aid of these populations who will remain grateful to it. The registered families are as follows: 1- YORO K Barthélémy, 2- DIOUTE M'po, 3- DIOUTE Kouagou 4- KOUAGOU Solange, 5- KOUAGOU N'tcha Abraham, 6- OMORE Marie, 7- OTCHATE N'dah, 8 - TAKE Yanaté, 9- YARIKI Tinantiyo, 10-YARIKI David, 11- YORO N Jean, 12- YORO Koutché, 13- BOTI T Delphine, 14- KOUAGOU N Thomas, 15- N'DAH Ténè, 16- NATE Pascaline, 17 - KOUAGOU François, 18- CESE Santi, 19- NATTE OYANTO Stanislas, 20- KOUAGOU N'dimontè, 21- MAYOU N'tcha, 22- OMANTO Kpagré, 23- N'DIMONTE Matohou, 24- KOUAGOU Henriette, 25- WANTA N 'cha, 26- TCHANDO Tchansipé, 27- SOUNFA Mano, 28- KASSO Bogo, 29- TCHANDO Kouagou, 30- YORO Tchokomi, 31- YAMAKA Kouagou, 32- YANANSIMAN Tépa, 33- N'KOUEI Tchiriwan, 34TCHA NSI Kouagou, 34TCHA NSI Kouagou - TCHOUBA Hilaire, 36- KASSO Richard, 37- KOUAGOU N'tcha, 38- YARIKI Tine, 39- YARIKI Boti. ***** A big thank you to supervisor René Sobabe of the ABIOLA team.
REQUIRED_DONATION 1365€
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Dorf Owankari

(ID: 828 | Status: Open)
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Benin (Afrika)
Product(s): 34 Solar Kit 5W
Owankari, a village located far from any infrastructure, still lives in precariousness, I will not say in traditionalism since at least I could see a few people using cell phones. Agriculture is the only activity that is carried out there, but it is simply subsistence agriculture since the populations do not have the means to allow them to plant large areas. Their concerns were twofold as soon as they saw me: light and water. As a representative of the NGO ABIOLA in Benin, I just told them that with ABIOLA, one of their problems could find a short-term solution, in particular that of light. So hoping for a positive response from the NGO ABIOLA, 34 families in total are registered in Owankari. 1-NTCHA François, 2-KOUAGOU Abraham,3-NTCHA Pauline, 4-KOUAGOU Antoinette,5-NDAH Yèdontè,6-NDAH N Cécile,7-NTCHA Michaël,8-NTCHA Ténè Dinaba,9-NTCHA Françoise,10-NTCHA Ténè Benduo, 11-ANASSARA Franck, 12-OROU Baké,13-NTCHA Hélène,14-KOUAGOU Médard, -YAKOU Rosaline,15-HOUNHATOHOU Florentin, 16- TAWAGA Gédéon,17-KOUAGOU Victorine, 19-NTCHA Désiré,20- NTCHA Dénise,21-NTCHA Bruno, 22-NDAH Albertine,23-NTCHA Bébé,24-NTCHA Elie,25-NTCHA Jean,26-NTCHA Koutchéi,27-NTCHA de Gaulle, 28- NTCHA Pauline,29- NDIMONTE Ntcha,30-NATTA Tempè, 31- NDIMONTE Rose, 32-NTCHA Simon,33-BIO Matrie, 34-TINGUENIN Kanti  ***** A big thank you to supervisor René Sobabe ABIOLA-TEAM.
REQUIRED_DONATION 1190€
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Ul-Kpong

(ID: 823 | Status: Open)
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Product(s): 50 Solar Kit 5W
Ul-Kpong (or Ulokpong) lies in the north-west of Ghana. It is a small village surrounded by flat savanna, where a small hill already allows you to see for several kilometres. Even though Ul-Kpong is big and advanced compared to surrounding communities, the position far from major roads makes it impossible to be connected to Ghanas power grid or to have concrete roads. Ul-Kpong has their own primary school and some roadside shops that open every once in a while. Every six days is the market day, where dozens of merchants and farmers come together to sell their products, fruits or fabric to the locals. The market area consists of many thatch-roofed cubicles, next to big, shade-throwing trees. Of course, this place is empty most of the week, but we see teenagers gathering and using their afternoon to relax in the shadow. Farming season is coming so the last few days of peace have to be used. Upon talking to the villagers, they insisted on showing us a nearby sight: Some huge boulders that are stacked on top of each other and can be seen from any point of the village. Apparently, the caves between these rocks have been used by their ancestors for thousands of years as a gathering spot and retreat. Like most Ghanian communities, the people showed extreme hospitality towards us, without knowing our intentions. Outstanding in this community is how many weavers and seamstresses are working by the roadside. At least 20 women were weaving on long rows of string or spinning wheels to make fabric out of wool. Communities like this are among the most needy in Ghana, and any help can elevate countless humans out of impoverished lifes. Solar kits especially are a great way of supporting the people of Ul-Kpong, to get much needed commodities and improve their daily life. The 50 households are: 1. SIEKANYE CHARITY, 1M, 2F = T3; 2. SIEKANYE BANANGKA, 1M,2F= T3; 3. VIDA SIEKANYE, 2M,1F= T3; 4. MARY BANANTUURO, 1M, 3F= T4; 5. KADIJAH MUMUNI, 2M,2F =T4; 6. JAALO MUMUNI, 2M,3F= T5; 7. SULEMAN HARUNAH, 2M, 1F= T3; 8. BANANTUURO VILAAZIE, 1M, 2F= T3; 9. HARUNAH JAALI 3M,2F= T5; 10. JALITATU MUMUNI 1M,2F= T3; 11. BUKARI JAALO, 2M, 2F= T4; 12. SHAIBU IDDRISU, 2M,3F= T5; 13. BOMBAARE SAMBO, 4M, 3F = T7; 14. IDDRISU DRAMANI 4M, 6F= T10; 15. BALAAKON JAALI, 3M, 2F= T5; 16. AHAMATA BAYOR 3M,2F= T5; 17. LARIBA ADAMU 3M, 3F= T6; 18. DATAA YAHAYA, 4M, 3F = T7; 19. MAHAMUDU JAALO, 5M,3F= T8; 20. KWESI NABIRE 3M, 2F= T5; 21. JOSEPH NABIRE, 4M, 2F= T6; 22. VINCENT DOROTHY, 2M, 2F= T4; 23. ALI HAKIM, 3M,4F= T7; 24. LINUS KABIE 3M,4F= T7; 25. MAHAMUDU NORBERT, 4M, 4F= T8; 26. DORDAA FRANK, 4M,3F =T7; 27. ELEPHONSUS POGEPILAH 1M, 2F= T3; 28. ZUOGEE BANONGLE, 1M,1F = T2; 29. LUCIANUS GLADYS, 1M, 2F= T3; 30. YUODIENE YAKUBU 3M,3F= T6; 31. YUODIENE DAKURAH 3M, 1F= T4; 32. NAA GRACE, 2M, 1F = T3; 33. BONSINGNEA BAMAALASONG,2M,2F =T4; 34. KPE-ANG JOYCELINE, 4M,2F = T6; 35. VOUR KANOE-WALANG, 1M,1F = T2; 36. JAONA WIESI GODERN 3M, 5F= T8; 37. SONGONO DERY, 5M,2F= T7; 38. BISONG SINDONIA, 1M, 2F= T3; 39. SONGONO BAYUO 3M, 5F =T8; 40. ANNOMA ABAWIERE K 2M, 2F= T4; 41. ABAWIERE JULIUS, 3M, 3F= T6; 42. PETER GUU DORDAA, 3M,1F= T4; 43. NYUWIERI KOJO PATIENCE, 0M, 3F= T3; 44. MODESTA KAMWENUURI, 5M, 3F= T8; 45. NORDAA WINIFRED 1M, 2F = T3; 46. KOMIRI FERDINAND 4M, 3F = T7; 47. BAYUO SEBASTIAN 1M, 2F = T3; 48. PINGNAA ADAMS 4M, 7F= T11; 49. HAMIDU HUUDI 5M, 8F = T13; 50. KAMINTA ELVIS 4M, 7F = T11 ***** A big thank you to supervisor Albert Dery ABIOLA-TEAM.
REQUIRED_DONATION 1750€
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Familien SolarKits für das Dorf Tonre

(ID: 769 | Status: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Benin (Afrika)
Product(s): 40 Solar Kit 5W
Tonre is a village of some 700 to 800 inhabitants in the commune of Natitingou. It is a landlocked village that has no access to any road worthy of the name, which makes movement very difficult for these populations. Despite this, the Beninese State has made efforts by building a primary school for them. The difficulty for these school children is how to learn their lessons in the evenings before going to bed since the peasant parents do not have adequate means allowing them to buy at least small lamps. These populations having received the information that I went to the village of Kotopounga ID 682 from the ABIOLA luminous portal, did everything to contact me so that I could also pass through their village with the good news of the ABIOLA light. What was done as you can see now and I believe that ABIOLA will do everything possible to respond to the cri de coeur of these populations. 40 families were registered in this village in which everyone in principle needed it but since people were in the field, they were not taken into account 1-KOUAGOU Justine 2- KOUAGOU Colette 3-SANGA Rémi 4-NTCHA Séraphine 5-NTCHA Cathérine 6-NTCHA A lice 7-NTCHA Marguérite 8-NTCHA Célestin 9-KOUAGOU Florence 10-BAKA Marie 11-NKOUEI Thérèse 12-NTCHA Séminare 13-TCHETOU Bernadette 14-MAGAN Marguérite 15-NATTA Clarisse 16-NCHA Marguérite 17-OBRIKA Ténè 18-NATTA B Thomas 19-DATIBEI Colette 20-NATTA Epiphane 21-TAKONIN Marie 22-KOUAGOU Ténè 23-NKOUEI Irène 24-NTCHA Pierre 25-NDA Kouto 26-NDA Kouagou 27-NDA Mpo 28-KOUAGOU David 29-NTCHA Hubert 30-NAMBOUA Delphine 31-NTCHA Yèdontè 32-NKOUEI Rose 33-MPO Jacques 34-NTCHA Victor 35-KOUAGOU Emmanuel 36-KOUAGOU Alphonse 37- NTCHA Suzanne 38-NKOUE Adéline 39-NTCHA Didier 40 NTCHA Thérèse
REQUIRED_DONATION 1400€

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