What we do


We want to design, build, form entrepreneurial and productive activities that support humanitarian projects.

We do not want to give money for free, which discourages the local population and gives no hope. We want to provide knowledge, create labour opportunities, and means. We want to teach fishing, not to send canned fish. Designing and building a business in support of our humanitarian projects relieves us from the need to annually refinance our projects and frees up resources for new projects.

Why Burkina Faso?

Burkina Faso is a West African country, one of the poorest in the world with a per capita annual GDP of $1,300. High unemployment leads to emigration without hope of return.

We have direct contacts in the country and we can verify the implementation of our assistance and development projects. The possibility of devoting ourselves to projects in other countries where favourable conditions occur is always welcome.

Look at "What we Made" to find the details, the costs and the photos of the projects we have carried out thanks to your help.

We support the Pouponnière Joscheba orphanage in Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso; donations aims at supporting the activities of the infirmary and the supply of paediatric medicines.

We support the Canteen of poor children at the Mission of the Sisters of St.M. Goretti in Ouagadougou, in particular we have financed the extension and restructuring of the garden that serves the canteen.

We have built, activated and supported the Reception Center for undernourished children named after "Lidia Picchi" in Léo, in southern Burkina Faso.

We have built, activated and supported poultry farming facility in Fada N'Gourma with over 700 hens.

We have funded nursing studies to enable better care.