We are teaching school children living in Africa to publish their stories online, from schools without books or internet.
A challenge launched with our partners Wiki in Africa and Wiki In Africa in 9 countries.
How do we do it?
With our digital kits already provided to our 1400 Digital Schools to access school content and learn digital!
Crafts, covid, fauna & flora, rites, traditions, terrorism, customs, cuisine, cities, monuments, natural phenomena, ethnic groups... they tell an aspect of their culture, their daily life, their history...
Behind their publications, discover the words and views of children on an unknown Africa, theirs.
The international winners
Collecting termites in Cameroon
The termite season often disrupts children's schooling as they are the ones who collect termites..
The Atchan child of Abidjan-Adjamé
Among the Atchan, the child is sacred. He is very important for the family, he is a source of wealth for the family.
"Paa'gn" in Fadial
"Paa'gn" as it is commonly called in Senegal, is a marine mollusc whose body is wrapped in a shell.
The Menzel Djerbien is an ancestral form of housing in Tunisia. It is a living space and a system of life.
The national winners
Minkong in Bulu language "edible caterpillars" is a traditional food specific to the people of Southern Cameroon. These are larvae that are very often found in tree trunks.
The Yogoro in Malinké is a night-time event organised by children (boys) during the Lenten months. It is organised from the tenth day of the month of Lent.
Enthronement of the king in Sanwi country
In Agni Sanwi country, the enthronement of the king, beyond its spiritual and festive character, reinforces the stability of the kingdom and promotes peace and social cohesion.
Traditional Tunisian music
Traditional Tunisian music has existed since the 13th and 14th centuries and is considered one of the oldest forms of music in the Maghreb.
Karaouni and brothers
Karaouni and brothers founded in 1982, is a Guinean mattress manufacturing company. Specialized in the manufacture of mattresses.
The Express Bus is a very popular transport vehicle in Dakar due to its accessibility both in terms of numbers and prices.
Babenda is a national dish that is shared with family and friends. It is currently one of the most popular dishes at social events (weddings, christenings, engagements).
The red-legged fire centipede is an endemic animal of Madagascar of the species Myriapoda, of the family Arthropoda. Its legs number between 40 and 400.
Weaving of Sidi Bouzid
Their sheep, goats and camels are the source of the wool and hair with which they make: floor mats, blankets, conservation tools and tents... These tools are light and easy to carry.
The education system in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Free education is the fact of studying without paying school fees. This privilege is granted only to public and conventioned primary schools. All girls and boys of all ages have the right to education...
During colonisation, Dabou was a very important place for the exchange of goods. The natives are the Adioukrou, who are large planters and fishermen.
In 1896, the Ariary was the Malagasy currency of the time. It was replaced by the French franc during colonisation. After decolonisation in 1960, it was renamed the Malagasy franc.
Mount Gbalan, which rises to 1502 metres, is a mountain in Guinea located in the west of the country in the prefecture of Coyah.
The "Wedding Arranger" is a dish of Cameroonian cuisine, especially in the Southern Region of Cameroon. It is a very popular dish.
The Hogon is the highest spiritual authority among the Dogon, an ethnic group in Mali. He intervenes in agricultural rites and in the settlement of various conflicts.
At the heart of the Kua C school
The Kua C school welcomes all school-age children in its catchment area, regardless of gender, religion or ethnicity. Today, it has more than six hundred students in six classes.