Construction of Orange Villages health centres in Africa

It is in Guinea and Mali that the next Orange Villages will be created. The construction work has already begun. Very good news for the inhabitants of these villages in view of the current dilapidated state of the current schooling and sanitary infrastructure.

Whereas in Tambindje in Guinea, the school has already been completed, in Mali the work is still ongoing.
An Orange village means giving the inhabitants of remote villages a school a healthcare centre and a source of water in order to change their daily lives and their children’s future.
See photos for progress with the works.

Orange Village in Tambindje in Guinea

The construction work on the school in Tambindje in Guinea is finished.
The construction work on the school in Tambindje in Guinea is finished.
The school in Tambindje in Guinea
The school in Tambindje in Guinea
The School in Tambindje in Guinea
The School in Tambindje in Guinea
The school pupils at the school in Tambindje. src=
The School in Tambindje in Guinea
A schoolgirl reads the alphabet to her classmates
A schoolgirl reads the alphabet to her classmates
Work on the healthcare centre is ongoing. src=
Work on the healthcare centre is ongoing.

 

Orange Village in Golea Mali

watering place in Golea
watering place in Golea
Students of Golea
Students of Golea
Construction of the new school is ongoing
Construction of the new school is ongoing
The old school in Goléa, straw walls and roof
The old school in Goléa, straw walls and roof

 

 

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