Presentation of our association

S’Elever Ensemble is an association governed by the law of July 1st, 1901. It was officially created July 15, 2004.

Presentation of our association

S’Elever Ensemble is an association governed by the law of July 1st, 1901. It was officially created

July 15, 2004.

Its purpose is to lead or support projects that enable, or facilitate, access to education, training, and culture for people in difficulty and disadvantaged populations.

It also aims to promote solidarity between individuals and the establishment of friendly relations between various communities.

“Very early, concerted and continuous intervention in the areas of health, socialization and education is the necessary condition to stop the reproduction (parent-child) of inequalities” (Mutualist Values-May2004)

“The purpose of solidarity action is the development of people, not the growth of an economy, so it must be educational: it is a question of liberating man, of provoking his awareness, of endowing him with a mental training, in short, to enable him to act on the world and on himself “(Economics and Humanism-March2003)

Furthermore,

Rising Together is independent of any political, commercial, religious or other organization.

Volunteering of its members is a fundamental principle.

The association is committed to being efficient and transparent. The money from donations will be spent exclusively on projects and the monthly accounts are available at any time on this site.

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Monde Afrique

Girls, eternal forgotten of education in Niger

The African class (16). The government has adopted a decree aimed at protecting, supporting and accompanying girls in schooling.

Mariama Chipkaou has kept from her past as a union leader a firm grip and some outspokenness. Today, director of the promotion of the schooling of girls in the Nigerian Ministry of Primary Education, she bluntly acknowledges: “The question of girls’ education has been raised since independence, but we are not progressing fast enough. .

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