Shortlisted by the official jury for its humanitarian project and the benefits provided to young school drop-outs in Burkina-Faso, it gained public support on Facebook public support with 1,230 Likes. It has thus been awarded a €300 check towards building and equipping a Visual Arts and Dress-Making Room at the Badenya (Moundasso) Training Centre in 2019.
A total of 12 Student Societies have stood out during this first stage in the Challenge by hitting the podium in categories such as Economy, Innovation & Environment, Social & Professional Inclusion, Housing and Health and Heritage, Culture and Sports.
€ 10,000 worth in Prizes for the Final Winners of the ‘J’aime mon Asso’ Challenge
Burkina F’Asso will now compete with 11 other societies when the next Crédit Agricole Normandie Annual Meeting votes. The 4 best projects will receive donations from € 1,000 up to 4,000.
Burkina F’Asso: solidarity… and collaboration!
The Burkina F’Asso Student Society is composed of 11 EM Normandie students and contributes to the local development of Burkinabe villages. For a year now, they have supported the Badenya All Purpose Training & Education Centre in Moundasso which welcomes students to train hem in farming, cattle breeding, building and handicraft manual work. Their objective: to give the Training Centre the means to self-finance itself through a circular economy model which allows learners to learn, produce and sell their work to finance their school. To achieve this, this Student Society organises events throughout the year to raise funds together with students from IUT GEA in Le Mans and the Terre et Cité Association.
To support Burkina F’Asso, visit: https://www.helloasso.com/associations/burkina-f-asso