children come from their slums and together we get involved inside of different activities
the fact is that they are always hungry.
So it was an evidence for us to begin by teaching how to grow natural food to fight hunger
Our environmental sessions are about understanding our world, our environment, and sometimes, for the most luckiest, ourselves.
we welcome children from 2-3 years old inside of Alama’s Garden around environmental activities.
How does it work? Where does life comes from?
we try to understand our environment for us to be able to take care of it correctly
What become to plastic bags we throw away ? They reach the 🌊 seas what is a really bad thing Continue reading About plastics and seas
Alama’s Garden was launched to raise children awareness about plastics that leaks into the ocean each years.
We’ve stood by too long as plastics increase inside the oceans. Things has gotten worse. industries must stop producing plastic packaging.
Inside the slums, we need to reach people calling on them to change their throwaway habit, before irreversible damage is done to our oceans. we work with children for our reinforced teachings back home and encourage their family to adopt good reflexes for the environment
Africa biggest problem : teachers are completely abandoned to themselves unable to positively enlighten young minds who were entrusted to them.
What I saw inside of Côte d’Ivoire schools was revolting
A teacher’s role is to provide positive example to his students while bringing them basic knowledges in literacy and mathematics, culture, the arts, religion, civics.
I saw teachers who lost the faith , acting just to save their heads unable to understand that the future was lying inside their hands
“Education means hope in the futur”
― Rockia Kebet
Inside the slums, no possibility for girls to escape their mother’s destiny.
Alama’s Garden is a prototype of a safe and children friendly space in Abidjan Côte d’Ivoire .
Girls and young children have the possibility to get tools to be able to envision and pursue the future they want for themselves and their communities through school – life-skills and environmental focus training and awareness raising, theater and dance.