In Guinea, the deployment continues...

The Orange Guinea Foundation continues to roll out its programmes. The Digital Schools programme, which started in October 2016 in the country, is continuing its expansion into the Fouta Djallon region and the forest region. At the same time, the Nona Orange Village was inaugurated in the Gouécké region.


digital school guinea


A busy end to the year... Two thousand kilometres were covered to equip the schools in the forest region. Orange Guinea volunteers sponsor the establishments and relay information in the various locations to support the use of the kits (demonstrations for parents, training for teachers).

Every establishment is run in partnership with the NGO Plan International Guinée.
For Aly Diakite, director of the Timbo Centre primary school (administrative region of Mamou): "we are very proud to be one of 30 schools benefiting from this programme in Guinea. We will do everything we can to be worthy of our sponsors’ trust and honour them. We are committed to using this equipment fully, especially to benefit the children who are the future of our country."

Thousands of children will be able to take advantage of this equipment.
At end December 2016, 26 schools were operational in the country.


école numérique guinéedigital school guinea


Meanwhile, in Nona, construction of the Orange Village has been completed: a school with 4 classrooms and a healthcare centre. As well as the teachers’ and nurses’ accommodation, and the well drilling of course! The work supervision was managed by Plan International Guinée. The village also has access to solar energy.
It was inaugurated on 9 December in front of the whole village.


village Orange Nona, Guinea


village Orange de Nona, Guinéevillage Orange Nona, Guinea

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