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Ökologisches Projekt in der Bergregion von Natitingou

(ID: 872 | Status: Open)
Organization: Abiola gGmbH
Type: Projekt
Category: Ausbildungszentrum
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Benin (Afrika)
Product(s): Solar Turbocharger 60W
The implementation of the said project will impact several areas of activity and objectives of the entire BCDA project entitled Atacora Mountains Ecosystem Support Project (PSCECMA). On the ability of the population to cope with environmental problems and their impact on the life of communities Based on the observation that the lack of information, destructive habits, unconsciousness and the concomitant disrespect for living beings other than humans are the cause. With all the deteriorations observed over the years, it is self-evident that by reversing this “trend” through an intensification and sustained strengthening of IEC activities in the region, the view and mentality of exploitation of the surrounding nature (plants, minerals, water, air) is changed ) will change gradually. Not in one day, of course, but this added value must be capitalized over time, especially for future generations. The project promotes radio broadcasts for all target groups, green classes, school content adapted to the issue, “youth” campaigns and all other methods of informing about the emergency or even calling it. This added value is measured over a longer period of time, although certain short-term indicators can be identified. We also intend to create an ABIOLA academy club where anyone who wants to spend some time with us will have the opportunity to connect and study the academy courses. Already, as Executive Director of BCDA our structure, I have registered in René SOBABE's club and I am studying with great interest the first course entitled: 4 teachers and coaches. ***** A big thank you to supervisor René Sobabe ABIOLA-TEAM.
REQUIRED_DONATION €
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Village Kadieni

(ID: 702 | Status: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Benin (Afrika)
Product(s): 65 Solar Kit 5W
The village of Kadiéni is located in the northwest of Benin precisely in the commune of Cobly, district of Datori. It is a village whose population according to the RGPH4 is estimated at 2661 inhabitants including 1291 male and 1370 female with a total of 403 households. My arrival in Kadiéni allowed me to see that apart from the electricity problem which is an obstacle for the development of the said locality, the village faces the lack of network or at least the disruption of the network due to the proximity of the village with Togo. As in almost all of our villages in the north of Benin, the populations live from rural work, which work simply allows them to have the minimum for their subsistence. Apart from the teachers who live there for reasons of service, all the rest are subject to rural activities with rudimentary instruments since agriculture is still done with the hoe. Those of them who have been lucky enough to have oxen or donkeys use them to increase their land area a little, with the obvious consequence of a lack of agricultural inputs in order to have better production. Certainly, the problems of Kadiéni are multifaceted and multidimensional but the helping hand that ABIOLA will give to these few families registered in the village will allow them to have a glimmer of hope since at least the family solar kits that ABIOLA will make available of the said populations will positively change the level of studies of the children in the sense that they will now be able to learn their lessons in the evenings before going to bed. A total of 65 families have been registered in this village. Those are 1-NAMBIMA François Josephine, 2- TCHANATE Adamou, 3-NAMBONI Coffi, 4-NAMBONI Marcellin, 5-SAMBIENI Y Olivier, 6- KOMBETTO Marie, 7-TCHETEKOUA Jérémie Pierrette,8-NANTAGUE Daniel, 9- KOLANI Samuel,10-MOUTOUAMA Dieudonné, 11-M’BERME Robert, 12-NANTAGA Noël, 13-TCHETEKOUA Vincent, 14-NAMBONI Koffi, 15-KOMBETTO Sambieni, 16- YANTEKOUA Augustin Assana,17-KOMBETTO Wiembo, 18-KOLANI Daniel, 19-KOMBIENOU Etienne,20-NAMBIMA Coffi,21-NAMBIMA Bawa,22-KOMBIENOU Fidel Angélique, 23-NAMBONI Amon,24-OUKODO Dieudonné, 25-NAMBONI Pierre Rachelle,26-NAMBIMA Gérémie,27-NAMBONI Jacob Jacqueline, 28-KOLANI Sanhongou, 29-TAWAGA Jacob Hélène,30-KOMBIENOU N’TCHA Adjoa,31-TCHANATE Amon,32-TCHABATAN Théophile Rosalie, 33-N’TAMMOU Yatté, 34-M’BERME François, 35-TOUMOUDAGOU Mathieu Clarisse,36-NANTAGA Laurent Armandine, 37-SAMBIENI Cécile, 38-KPAYELI Kokou Marcelline,39-NA MBONI Coffi, 40-NAMBONI Boukari,41-NAMBONI Kokou, 42-N’TAMMOU Albert Pounto, 43-N’TAMMOU Samuel Christine, 44-NEKOUA Paul, 45-TCHABATAN Dominique, 46-NAMBONI Abou,47-N’TOUAMA N Barnabé,48-KOMBETTO Christophe, 49-KOMBETTO Etienne Assana, 50-DOUTE Yarou, 51-YANTEKOUA MOUSSA Angèle, 52-TOUMOUDAGOU KOMBETTO Salamatou, 53-KOMBETTO Mathieu, 54-DOUTE Jacob,55-N’DAMA Mathieu, 56-MOUTOUAMA PAUL Christine, 57-DOUTE M S Etienne,58-DOUTE François, 59-KOUAGOU TAMATA Albert, 60-SASSA Esther,61-DOUTE Adiza, 62-KOMBIENOU Wiembo, 63-N’DAME Nanhonguè, 64-MOUTOUAMA Dieudonné, 65-COMBETTO N’da Jean Baptiste
REQUIRED_DONATION 2275€
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Hilfsstation Bori

(ID: 163 | Status: Donated)
Organization: Oredola. e.V.
Type: Projekt
Category:
Project manager: Christoph Köhler
Country: Benin (Afrika)
Product(s): 1 Solar System 60W
The health post Bori is located in the Department of Borgou. Here 3000 inhabitants are medically supplied. Here, too, children are born without light or with simple oil lamps. The village itself has no access to electricity. For years, the association Oredola and Humedica e.V. in the Department of Borgou supplies the population with medical supplies. The health post would benefit greatly from the Abiola solar kit. The project is supervised by http://www.oredola.de/
REQUIRED_DONATION 350€
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AYIMESU BLONYA COMMUNITY

(ID: 479 | Status: Donated)
Organization: Kinderhilfe Westafrika
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Torsten Krauße
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Product(s): 11 Solar Kit 5W
The Ayimesu Blonya community is found in Odumase Krobo in the Eastern region of Ghana. The community is located in the Upper part of the Lower Manya District. It is located between Asitey community and Korm community. Their main oc cupation is pizan farming. This community has the largest population with an estimated population 200 of people.
REQUIRED_DONATION 385€
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Dorf Gbeko

(ID: 822 | Status: Open)
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Benin (Afrika)
Product(s): 60 Solar Kit 5W
Village with red soil located between Tchankada and Kpodji, Arrondissement of Adjido, in the commune of Toviklin, GBèko is about 5 km from TOVIKLIN § It is home to a population living mainly from agriculture and small livestock. no electricity but the GSM network is receptive. The nearest health center is that of Toviklin which, following the reforms, cannot keep a patient for four hours before evacuating him to the Klouékanmè area hospital, which is about 10 km from Gbèko. , with difficult access . The public primary school of Gbèko offers its framework to all the children of the village and the CEG of Tchankada, a few meters away is also available to them. Gbèko is a very nice little village, with typical African habitats, the constructions being in beaten earth. The population is mainly agricultural. The only borehole supplying the population with drinking water has been broken for years and the Town Hall which manages it has done nothing to date Gbèko is a small landlocked village which lacks almost everything I have had the chance to see again thanks to the dynamism of the president of the development association Gbèko Fon after having stayed there 39 years ago. I would like ABIOLA, as is the case for the many families in Benin already, to be able to offer family solar kits to the various registered families. About sixty families have been registered there and we note that it is practically the same families who live there. 1-SOMASSOU Germain,2-EGLA Koffi,3-EGLA Kouamè,4-EGLA Valentin,5-EGLA Gnonhou Bernard,6-DANGBE Valentine, 7-AGBO Martin, 8-DASSI Victor, 9-HOUNNOU Léon, 10-EGLA Nagué, 11- EGLA Vincent,12-EGLA Sèdonou 13-DAKO Alphonse ,14SEDO Kouéchiba,15-EGLA Kouéchiba Angèle,16-DANSOU Sènadé, 17-LOKO Djowonvi,18-KOLA Yébou,19- DASSI Marthe, KASSA Honoré,21GBEKE Kouéssi,22- HOUNNON Soglohoun,23-HOUNNON Esaie,24-HOUNNON Sissi, SADO Siméon,26- KOUESSI Colette,27-TEDO Coovi,28-GODJO Dodji,29-HOUNNON Guy, 30-HOUNNON Sidonie,31-SASSA Samuel,32- KOUAKOU Akouè,33-HOUEBOUME Pierre,334-HOUEBOUME Marc,35-HOUEBOUME Daniel,36-HOUEBOUME jeannette,37-MEME Clémentine,38-MEME Codjo,39-MEME Tchotcho,40-MEME Abbé,41-MENSAH Daniel,42-MENSAH Benjamin,43-MENSAH Donatien, MEME David,45-MARA Hilaire, 46-SOMAKPO Yaovi,47-SOMAKPO Kodédjro,48-DAYIDE Emmanuel,49- DAYIDE Cognanou,50-DAYIDE Léon,51-DAYIDE Philomène, 52-HOUNVAGNAN Dayidé,53-HOUNSOU Léonie,54-MASSI Edagbo,55- KASSA Ablawa,56-DOHOU Jeavenie,57-DOHOU Jacqueline,58-SOUNOU Yao,59-DAYIDE Beaugars,60- DAYIDE Basile ***** A big thank you to supervisor René Sobabe ABIOLA-TEAM.
REQUIRED_DONATION 2100€
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Aboh

(ID: 836 | Status: Open)
Organization: Informatik für Afrika
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Kamerun (Afrika)
Product(s): 150 Solar Kit 5W
Aboh villages lies some ten kilometers up the hills from Belo 3 Corners, the main town. It has two main areas, the larger Aboh town area, and Ibalaboh, or literally the Aboh plain. Aboh is also known as the most native village in Kom and as its seat, the compound of the father of the traditional ruler of Kom - the Fon. Inhabi¬tants used kerosene lamps as lighting and if they want to recharge their phone batteries or other heavy duty devices, they have to go down to Jinkfuin. The people practice subsistence agriculture. Crops grown are corn, beans, potatoes, coco-nuts and guinea corn. The most important crop is coffee, and the coffee farms are owned by men. Beans and Irish potatoes are grown mainly by women, mostly widows. ***** We would like to thank project coordinator Rosina Hug for helping with the organization.
REQUIRED_DONATION 5250€
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Dorf Samagan

(ID: 656 | Status: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Christoph Köhler
Country: Burkina Faso (Afrika)
Product(s): 15 Solar Kit 5W
Samagan is a village attached to Arrondissement N ° 6 of the municipality of Bobo-Dioulasso, located in the province of Houet and in the Hauts-Bassins region in Burkina Faso. It has an estimated population of around 1,581 inhabitants whose main activity is agriculture. The samagan ethnic group are the Bobo with a migration from the non-housing areas which allowed the settlement of several other ethnic groups. The indigenous population of the village is mostly vulnerable people who have no other economic activities than subsistence farming. The health center closest to Samagan is the health and social promotion center (CSPS) of Logofourousso, the village does not have a health center or electricity for lighting, an exceptional case of a few rare families who has solar energy. The people practice and respect their Bobo culture and make it a tradition and an ancestral resource. Consequently this people called Bobo live in a certain precariousness since they sincerely lack the subsistence level. They would be rich if they had economic activities in addition to subsistence farming. These living conditions do not allow them to meet the needs of school children who are forced to travel longer distances per day and on foot to go to school. the situation is critical since there is no light for the children to study at night and allow them to be at the same level of study and more with the children of the cities. ABIOLA will be for these children and even for the parents of these children an open door (solution) of access to light in the bush through donations of family solar kits to identified families. For this first entry a village of Samagan, fifteen families were identified namely: ***** 1- SANOU Kalifa, 2- SANOU Martin, 3- SANOU Roland, 4- SANOU Madou, 5- SANOU Louisaint, 6- SANOU S. François, 7- SANOU Anselme, 8- SANOU S. Benoit, 9- SANOU Dibissira, 10- SANOU Moussa Eugène, 11- SANOU S. Michel, 12- SANOU Sibiri, 13- SANOU T. Peter, 14- SANOU Alain , 15- SANOU Ferdina ***** ABIOLA bedankt sich bei Betreuer Emmanuel.
REQUIRED_DONATION 525€
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Weiterführende Bildungseinrichtung CES D'UDKIA

(ID: 858 | Status: Open)
Organization: ABIOLA gGmbH
Type: Projekt
Category: Schule
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Kamerun (Afrika)
Product(s): Sonstiges / Other
CES D'UDKIA is a secondary education establishment created and opened in 2014 by order of the Prime Minister. It is located in the district of Mokolo, Mayo-Tsanaga Department, Far North Region (Cameroon). On the Administrative level, the establishment has 03 members of administration and 16 teachers teaching 13 disciplines (courses). The school contains 2 classrooms made of permanent materials and 6 classrooms of temporary materials. This first cycle establishment has 201 girls and 230 boys (431 students) from 6th to 3rd grade.
REQUIRED_DONATION €
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Benin - School & Club

(ID: 742 | Status: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Schule
Project manager: Christoph Köhler
Country: Benin (Afrika)
Product(s): 1 Raspberry Pi PC
Benin - School & Club
REQUIRED_DONATION 250€
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GOON COMMUNITY

(ID: 439 | Status: Donated)
Organization: Kinderhilfe Westafrika
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Torsten Krauße
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Product(s): 14 Solar Kit 5W
The Goon community is also located in the western part of the Jirapa district of the upper west region of Ghana. It shares boundaries with Tampoe and Konzokala communities. It has the largest population estimated at 752 people. The people are predominantly farmers.
REQUIRED_DONATION 490€
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Dorf Logofourousso

(ID: 669 | Status: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Christoph Köhler
Country: Burkina Faso (Afrika)
Product(s): 10 Solar Kit 5W
Logofourousso is a village attached to Arrondissement N ° 6 of the municipality of Bobo-Dioulasso, located in the province of Houet and in the Hauts-Bassins region in Burkina Faso. It has an estimated population of around 2,092 inhabitants primarily engaged in agriculture. The Logofourousso ethnic group are the Bobo with a migration of three to four other ethnicities. The indigenous population of the village is mostly vulnerable people who have no other economic activities than subsistence farming. There is a health and social promotion center (CSPS) in Logofourousso, the village does not have electricity for lighting, an exceptional case for a few rare families who do have solar energy. The people practice and respect their Bobo culture and make it a tradition and an ancestral resource. Consequently, this people called Bobo live in a certain precariousness since they sincerely lack the minimum subsistence level. They would be rich if they had economic activities in addition to subsistence farming. These living conditions do not allow them to meet the needs of school children who are forced to travel longer distances per day and on foot to go to school. the situation is critical since there is no light for the children to study at night and allow them to be at the same level of study and more with the children of the cities. ABIOLA will be for these children and even for the parents of these children an open door (solution) of access to light in the bush through donations of family solar kits to identified families. For this first entry to the village of Logofourousso, ten families were identified namely: 1- Ouattara Pierre, 2- Ouattara Sibiri, 3- Ouattara Paul Ardjouma, 4-Ouattara Siaka, 5- Ouattara sissoum, 6-Sanou Soungalo, 7- Sanou Boureima, 8- Ouattara Démissi Gorge, 9-Ouattara Dafra, 10- Ouattara Do mathias. ***** ABIOLA says thanks to Pastor Moise and supervisor Emmanuel.
REQUIRED_DONATION 350€
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Goodness and Mercy

(ID: 737 | Status: Open)
Organization: Informatik für Afrika
Type: Projekt
Category: Schule
Project manager: Christoph Köhler
Country: Kamerun (Afrika)
Product(s): 5 Raspberry Pi PC
Goodness and Mercy Missions Computer School, Jinkfuin, Belo Sub Division, Boyo, NWR of Cameroon Goodness and Mercy Missions (GMM) was founded in late 2007 by Teh Francis Yai and Natalie Runyon as a non-profit organization with the goal of making a difference in the communities of Cameroon. GMM was founded because there was a great demand for the needs of the community. We discovered that rural communities in Cameroon continue to suffer, not so much because of the country's economic situation, but because of the lack of initiatives for individuals to help themselves and get out of their predicament. Since 2012, GMM has been offering computer training programs in the Belo Sub Division. In most schools around Belo and in the neighboring villages of Fundong, Laikom, Fujua, Ngwah, Abuh, Meli and Alim, students only learn the theoretical part of computer knowledge. This is a big challenge as IT has even been included in the primary school curriculum. With the introduction of ABIOLA Academy's online courses, the number of students has increased. An additional computer school will be built in Fundong and financed by Informatics for Africa (InfA). InfA also supports the school with hardware and provides school sponsorships in the region. ***** 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 1250€
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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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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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Dorf Nabire

(ID: 820 | Status: Open)
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Product(s): 61 Solar Kit 5W
When driving about 20 minutes north-east of Kogri/Ullo, you reach the small community of Nabire. It is far off any major cities and on the border of the Jirapa Municipality. Especially in the rainy season it is hard to reach and the red-brown muddy roads are hard to navigate. Before we could start the registration, we had to wait for the members of the community to return from their farms. Therefore, we were lead to the local chief. He lives in a compound made out of several huts connected by walls and enclosed yards. After welcoming us he introduced us to several families working. They were preparing food in great mortars and on pots over fire. Since at the time it was the end of Sheanut season, dried piles of nuts were stacked in front of every house. Tons of the boiled, peeled and now drying fruits could be seen in every direction. Soon, the people would mash, grind and knead them so they could produce the precious Shea-oil. After the majority of the workers had come from their farms, we finally started registering them for Solar-kits. It was clear that similar approaches of renewable light sources for this electricity-lacking community were made before, because several 12-meter tall light poles with holders for solar panels were scattered in the community. However, it turned out that all of them had broken down a long time ago and were not functional anymore. The people were delighted by the thought of having a reliable way of using evening hours and charging their phones again. Members of 62 families arrived. Since they came a long way, we gathered the information of everybody: 1. Methodius Kangyelevilaa 3m 1f, 2. Bapogro Azime 2m 2f, 3. Moro Gyaloo 3m 3f, 4. Ali Alazuma 4m 1f, 5. Ata Dery 2m 1f, 6. Anthony Dorpilah 1m 4f, 7. Doedaa Samoah 3m 2f, 8. Nuobalee Kangyelevilaa 2m 2f, 9. James Kangywkwvilaa 3m 3f, 10. Asieta Anglabe 2m 1f, 11. Barry Abubakarei 2m 2f, 12. Yelengma Yanbalang 3m 2f, 13. Peter Dorpilah 1m 3f, 14. Hasan Ayishatu 3m 5f, 15. Bapogro Ayime 2m 2f, 16. Angbanmen Yengbalang 1m 2f, 17. Dakurah Zege 1m 2f, 18. Abu Yirizage 3m 2f, 19. Dordaa Berewula 2m 3f, 20. Yengbalang Kuuyaama 3m 2f, 21. Dorpilah Bismark 2m 2f, 22. Dabuo Kwabena, 23. Stephen Abu 2m 2f, 24. Zege Abina 2m 1f, 25. Kanbawaaba Wienaa 4m 3f, 26. Pogsuglo Wienaa 1m 2f, 27. Cheyuo Musiere 2m 1f, 28. Nimirinyaabo Wienaa 3m 2f, 29. Wienaa Lawrence 3m 1f, 30. Musiere Joseph 1m 2f, 31. Abookanso Dery 2m 1f, 32. Kangbasaana Kangtieyeng 2m 2f, 33.Nector Kangyelevilaa 2m 2f, 34. Kudjo Asieta 1m 2f, 35. Kaatoore Sinkari 2m 2f, 36. Fidelis Dorpilah 1m 2f, 37. Sinkari Yaglanuo 1m 2f, 38. Dorsah Sinkari 3m 3f, 39. Kudjo Poolabom 3m 2f, 40. Sammy Kangyelevilaa 3m 2f, 41. Suglo Asjua 2m 2f, 42. Mensah Yengbalneg 2m 1f, 43. Pius Angbalakuu 2m 1f, 44. Costance Abina 1m 2f, 45. Nimirinyaboo Adjua 3m 2f, 46. John Kangyelevilaa 3m 3f, 47. Atta Kangdirebong 3m 3f, 48. Bukari Dordaa 1m 1f, 49. Sinkari Kofi 2m 2f, 50. Naa Cheyuo Angbangmen Tammo II. 2m 1f, 51. Vencent Kangyelevilaa 1m 2f, 52. Yesi Felix 2m 2f, 53. Wienaa Bapogro 2m 4f, 54. Yaglo Samoah 1m 2f, 55. Angbangmen David 2m 2f, 56. Abu Napoge 0m 3f, 57. Samoah Nagyelevilaa 2m 1f, 58. Dery Na-Ebong 3m 1f, 59. Tadiawine Waabong 1m 2f, 60. Kangbasaana Emmanuel 1m 2f, 61.Moses Abena 1m 2f ***** A big thank you to supervisor Albert Dery ABIOLA-TEAM. ***** Ein großes Dankeschön an Betreuer Albert Dery ABIOLA-TEAM.
REQUIRED_DONATION 2135€
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Dorf Kota Monongou

(ID: 825 | Status: Open)
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Benin (Afrika)
Product(s): 62 Solar Kit 5W
Kota Monongou is a village located on the Natitingou-Kouandé axis, difficult to access due to the degraded state of the road leading there. It is nevertheless a village sheltering a tourist site very visited by the nationals as the foreigners. It is about the falls of Kota this beautiful natural sight with this water which flows always makes you want to stay there. The volunteers of Kinderhilfe Westafrika have had the opportunity to organize seminars there twice already. The landscape is very attractive. The populations of Kota live like everywhere else in extreme poverty. The good ladies are engaged in the sale of coal thus causing massive destruction of trees during this time nothing is done to replace them, which leads today to these multiple changes observed, one of the most felt effects currently being the rarity rainfall since the start of the rainy season. The students of this village (primary and secondary) are left to their own devices since they do not have electricity. ABIOLA would do useful work in this village by granting some family kits to the following families in the village of Kota Monongou: 1-NTCHA Jean,2-YENAWAN Lucien,3-SANSIMA Barthélémy,4-KPATAPOH Pana,5-YENAWAN Bienvenu,6-YANTO Paulin,7-TANTIKOUTE Sotima,8-ODITO Séidou,9-ODITO Sotima,10-YOMBO Luc,11-NDIMONTE Madeleine,12-NTCHA Rebecca,13-SOTIRE Henriette,14-BONI K Dénis,15-KAABOU Tchaati,16-TAMBOUTE Sinkooma,17-YOTTO Yikouro,18-YAKOUARI Yatopa,19-YONHGOBATOHOU Kaabou,20-KAABOU Armandine,21-YOMBO Marie,22-SOUMARI Hélicoptère,23-GBENOU Irène,24-YOKOSSI Hippolyte,25-SABROPA David,26-TCHESSO Tiitè,27KANTCHAKOU Dieudonné,28- YVES Rosalie,29-SOTIMA Pauline,30-TAATE Dakou,31-KA NTCHAKOU Soglo,32-YIRO Kuissiro , 33- TORE Tiyama , 34-TCHANDO Thérèse,35-KASSA Brigitte, 36- KPATAKOU Bernadette,37-NOUKOUSSI Banso,38-YOTTO Bansoubakpaté,39- DISSIRE Florence,40-TCHESSO Martine,41-PARKRO Brigitte. 42-ORICHA Jeanne,43-KATO Titou,44-FIBI Miriam ,45-KAO Nathalie.46-DOKO Marie,47-SERO Germine,49-KOUDETE Valérie,50-PAKAPOH Jeanette ,51-SOTIMA Elisabeth,52-YOKOSSI Floppé,53-SOTIREPA Prisca,54-KOBI Carine,55-KOTO Antoinette,56-SAGUI Jeanne,57-NATIKOU Noël,58-YATOPA Rosaline,59-DAO Serdamie,60-PAKAPOH Marie,61-YAGOU Sidonie,62koudete Tépa
REQUIRED_DONATION 2170€
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Familien SolarKits für TCHANTANGOU-DORF

(ID: 763 | Status: Donated)
Organization: Kinderhilfe Westafrika
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Benin (Afrika)
Product(s): 57 Solar Kit 5W
TCHANTANGOU VILLAGE The village of Tchantangou for those who know the commune of Natitingou knows that it is a famous village because of the presence of gold; but despite everything there are still pockets of extreme poverty still because this mining resource is not accessible to everyone because it is done in an artisanal way. In addition to that, it is a high-risk job, especially in the rainy season. Hardly a year goes by without learning that people have been swallowed up in hollows that have collapsed due to the large amount of water flowing from the nearby mountains. It is therefore a high-risk job so that some people prefer not to run this risk even though a popular adage says: who risks nothing, nothing gains. Several families are content with field work which is not profitable, especially since they do not have large cultivable areas because of the mountains. In this state you recognize with me that life is not at all easy there. The village is quite lively and has many foreigners, especially traders. For these populations ABIOLA could be of great support by allowing them to solve the problem of light for the happiness of their offspring who are of school age. More than fifty families have been registered in Tchantangou 1-TANKOUANNOU Appolinaire 2-YORO Gustave 3-TCHANDO S Etienne 4-TCHOROUWE Bernadette 5-TCHANTANGOUTE Sahi 6-SONTO Bassiwé 7-TETO Rachelle 8-SOULE Yvette 9-KOBTA Madeleine 10-TCHANDO Delphine 11-SOKOU Delphine 12-BOKOPOH François 13-KATOTCHA Robert 14-BOUMERIBOU Yotto 15-SAHI Tchantangouté 16-OUROUTCHA Amélie 17-YOTTO Dokotorou 18-TCHANTANGOU Béré 19-KASSA Constant 20-YORIWAN Kontipé 21-KASSA François 22-PAKAPOH Mathieu 23-NOREYAMA Boridé 24-TCHOROPA Tépa 25-KOUKOUBOU Doko 26-YOTTO Samson 27-SAGUI Dénise 28-YANGOU Tchima 29-KASSA Sokodékou 30-SAHI Kado 31-TEPA Colette 32-YOKOSSI Marie 33-TEPA Kado 34-YANGOU Martine 35-K£AKARE Sabropa 36-TAMOUTE Germain 37- MOUSSA Koura 38-YOKOSSI Jules 39-BOUMERIBOU Bossima 40-YOTTO Germain 41-YOROU Fousséna 42-YANTCHA Nèkito 43-TCHETOU Jérémie 44-AMBROISE Elisabeth 45-KOUKOUBOU Dakoupé 46-SAHI Kpakiré 47-SOULE Assana 48- TCHOROUWE Jérémie 49- SOTIMA Nèkima 50-TORE Tchenti 51-YOUROUWAN Dominique 52-YOKOSSI Blaise 53-TEOURE Nicolas 54-BIO yassouma 55 SOTIRE Thomas 56DOSSIA Nicaise 57-KOUAGOU Brice ***** A big thank you to supervisor René Sobabe ABIOLA-TEAM.
REQUIRED_DONATION 1995€
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Medizinische Einrichtung Foutis

(ID: 744 | Status: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Medizinische Hilfsstation
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Burkina Faso (Afrika)
Product(s): 3 Solar Kit 5W, 1 Solar System 60W
Burkina Faso is located in West Africa, bordering Ghana, Ivory Coast, Togo and Benin, as well as Niger and Mali. Due to the extreme climatic and geographical conditions, the country is one of the poorest countries in Africa. For a large part of the population of around 18.6 million people, earning essential goods is very difficult, especially during the dry season and extended periods of drought. Water is very limited in the Fouti region and accessible at great expense. At the moment the Deutsch-Burkinische Entwicklungsgemeinschaft e.V. is building a medical facility for the population of Fouti. After the completion of the construction, the medical facility needs electricity to finish the station and to use machines such as: refrigerators for medicines, lights and more. Our concept is based on developing together - creating a partnership at eye level and achieving more together. Our projects are defined with the people on site in constant exchange and their development is documented and discussed. In doing so, it is determined which needs must be urgently addressed, which concerns can be implemented and how we can support the project in joint action, each with their own possibilities.
REQUIRED_DONATION 455€
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Schülerwohnheim in Oussouye / Senegal

(ID: 230 | Status: Donated)
Organization: Abiola gGmbH
Type: Projekt
Category: Soziale Unterbringung
Project manager: Christoph Köhler
Country: Senegal (Afrika)
Product(s): 3 Solar Kit 5W
In order to enable pupils from remote small villages with only 6 classes of elementary school in Oussouye to attend further education and vocational schools, they need accommodation. We build these buildings in the cheapest way, i. E. For example: the building blocks are manufactured manually at the construction site. The shells, which are used for lime-making, collect the women in the sea .... We had first built the ground floor of a girls dorm (beginning of 2012) - with solar power, only when it was already inhabited for some years, we could put upstairs, this will be inhabited in this school year (kitchen, separate, because open fire). Now we are in the process of constructing this for the boys as well. The ground floor will be built in a few months, but not yet ready for occupancy. When we have enough money + promotion to set up a floor, is still uncertain. I hope we can continue to build next year. For the Burschenhaus we need solar power, also because no power line available. 1st construction phase: ground floor with 8 rooms + home lighting + computer + cellphone charging.
REQUIRED_DONATION 105€
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Mary, ein Stadtteil von Kouandé

(ID: 645 | Status: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Christoph Köhler
Country: Benin (Afrika)
Product(s): 23 Solar Kit 5W
DESCRIPTION OF 6th project: Mary, a district of the city of Kouandé but containing signs of extreme poverty Kouandé is one of the 77 municipalities in Benin. The central district even though it has the minimum of electricity and water, there is a district that shows signs of extreme poverty. This is the case with this neighborhood that I traveled through with the chef quartier visiting some of the families whose situation is so worrying. Children in most of the families visited are left to fend for themselves. Which suddenly hinders their education and the much-desired development. Parents do not have the minimum, so it is impossible for them to subscribe in order to benefit from the electric current that can help them in their activities. Children who find it difficult to accept schooling are still comforted in their position because in the evenings they are forced to play games because they do not have the light to allow them to learn their lessons. Faced with such an observation, I had goose bumps and suddenly I said to myself that an intervention on the part of the NGO ABIOLA in order to save these children who did not choose to be in this state. would be greeted at its fair value not only on the part of the families who will benefit from the family solar kits but also on the part of the politico-administrative authorities of Kouandé. As was the case in the first villages, some women who carry out income-generating activities are also faced with a lack of light reducing their chance of making a little more money since once night has fallen, they are forced to do everything. tidy. ***** Here is the list of families that are concerned 1-OROU BAKARA Gaya, 2-SABI Issaou, 3 –MIDARIGUI Chabi Richard, 4-MARISSOUNON Gounou, 5- SIO Dèré, 6-IMOROU Ismaïla, 7-NKOUEI Ernest, 8-ABDOULAYE Wazariatou, 9-KPEKEREKOU Léon, 10-GBEROU Boni, 11-BOUESSABI Bonatoko, 12-MORA Orou Baro, 13-SEKE Gaya, 14-BOURAïMA Maïmounatou, 15-SEKOSSOUNON Abou, 16-KORA Bougnon Douwé, 17-SEKE Simin, 18- OROU SIME Gaya, 19-SERO Gnaki, 20-MORA Gounou, 21-IMOROU Loubatou, 22-ADJIBI Thimothée, 23-TCHANKPANGOU Wérédossi***** Many thanks to the organizer Rene Sobabe. ABIOLA TEAM.
REQUIRED_DONATION 805€
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Emmanuel AG School Asokwa

(ID: 787 | Status: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Schule
Project manager: Christoph Köhler
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Product(s): 3 Solar Kit 5W
Rev. Emmanuel Boateng is the pastor in charge of the Emmanuel AG Educational Complex, Sunyani. It was founded in the year 2012 in Kumasi, Asokwa. The school now has a total population of 542 students, with 320 females representing 49% and 222 males representing 51%. The school has fifteen (18) teaching personnel and four (6) 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 7 a.m. to 3 pm. 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 750€
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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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Village Dadooyiri

(ID: 693 | Status: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Product(s): 40 Solar Kit 5W
Dadooyiri is a village in the Jirapa Disctrict in the northwest of Ghana. Although the community is passed by a street on which a lot of through traffic can be found making the village an important passageway it has not yet been connected to the power grid. To the disadvantage of the people living there this means they have to find a lot of alternatives and adapt to the fact that working late hours is almost impossible. As already mentioned though being connected with other communities and villages with marketplaces inhabitants who want to sell their goods have to take long ways in order to find proper locations with potential customers. Referring to that the preparation of food, clothing or other material which is intended to be sold has to be shifted to the night or early morning. This is a huge challenge since the visibility is very bad unless they are able to find some source of light. With the Solarkit this problem can be approached. While having light which eases the preparational process the people also receive a device which they can carry as powerbank for their walks to the selling places. Being able to charge their phone on the way is saving precious time. Dadooyiri community which is around 40 families is most happy and thankful for this gift. ---- 1- BE-APOO Kulpog, 2- BE-APOO Tangpog, 3- BE-APOO Mary, 4- BE-APOO Mapog, 5- BOYENE Puli, 6- AYUO Puli, 7- DONGNEBE Zupog, 8- BAAGALA Wulimege, 9- AMPOO Theresat, 10- BAYUO Paschalina, 11- NANG Bavan, 12- TANG Sofao, 13- KUGBIEL Laraban, 14- GBIEL Kuukyera, 15- GBIEL Soaka, 16- DOOKA Ian, 17- NANG Hellena, 18- GBIEL Puli, 19- GBIEL MIchola, 20- NOKPARA Kuu, 21- DAARIBERI Zupoge, 22- DANGYI John Bosco, 23- NAYIRI Abass, 24- BANKYE-ERI Agnes, 25- NYOURI Seetu, 26- BABIEREKUU Dunfaari, 27- NGMAMPOR Bayor, 28- TANG Sarah, 29- LIENUBAH Pul, 30-GBIEL Georgina, 31- KONKU Dirong, 32- BILDARI Bayuo, 33- KULPOGE Vaa, 34-NAAYIRI Yelbasoolor, 35- AASELLEH Alice, 36- AYOR Boryaan, 37- BATUONAAMURUU Saawiema, 38- TAMPOG Pul, 39- NARIBO Kullah, 40- Adituo Dari
REQUIRED_DONATION 1400€
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K. O. Methodist JHS A

(ID: 809 | Status: Open)
Type: Projekt
Category: Schule
Project manager: Elke Wonsiedler
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Product(s): 1 Raspberry Pi PC
K. O. Methodist JHS was founded in the year 1987 by the Church of Methodist. It was then under the headship of Mr. Hrry Arthur which then handed over to Mrs. Esther Badu. The school is one of the biggest school in the region yet it lacked some basic facilities and amenities. The school now has a total population of 396 students, with 220 females representing 51% and 176 males representing 49%. The school has (14) teaching personnel from NURSERY to JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL A and B. The school has no computers 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. 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 250€

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