Our students live inside of Biétry village slum, Abidjan Côte d’Ivoire

Our students seem invisible, often called microbes just like they worth nothing.
They have been forgotten by the system, by their politicians and by their states.
Inside of their overcrowded classrooms teachers are always absent. Wealthy families kids go to private schools. Kids are left to themselves, exposed to bad encounters and lack of positive and consistent social interactions.

They are from 3-4 years old to 12-14 .
Alama’s Garden is an innovative approach , a secure and joyful environmental friendly space, to better prepare them for the 21st century skills.
Alama’s Garden offer our students, the chance to be able later on to live a healthy and productive life, and helps them develop , abilities needed to support their family and community bringing positive changes

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