We wanted to bring books to children who never have access to books…. that was our first idea, from our Parisian point of view … such a project will easily bring together people and save children …. Four years later, we think that learning to read sounds good but is really far from being enough.
People don’t come along so easily …
Africa’s future sets abandoned inside the slum with no access to their basic needs, uneducated while African keep thinking that what matters is the number not the quality .
children need to get a kit of tools- learning to read, to write, gardening, recycling … etc for those who won’t succeed at school, the majority to get tooled enough to be able to be resilient : that’s Alama’s Garden purpose