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In a tense economic situation, Bolloré Transport & Logistics Mozambique is supporting a project enabling local youth to improve their socio-economic situation.
Since December 2019, nearly 2,000 pupils in four schools in Moroni Bambao and Mbadjini have finally had access to drinking water and decent sanitary conditions.
On May 6th, three ninth grade classes from the Chantereine secondary school of Sarcelles experienced a back-to-school day like no other.
The teams of the Bolloré Group and Earthtalent by Bolloré have joined forces with the “Bonheur de demain” association to support young people through a “school supplies” operation for Professor Ngary’s school in Saly, Senegal.
United Way Alliance launched its Youth Challenge program on November 9th in several priority education institutions. The Bolloré Group, along with 21 other major French groups, has joined the association, which is calling for mobilization to reach the target of 15,000 young people accompanied by school dropout by 2020.
The association “Bonheur de demain”, created by Fabienne Tanière, collaborator of the Bolloré Group based in Toulouse, set up a “school equipment” operation aimed at the school of professor Ngary to Saly in Senegal.
ECOLIA Labs’ association obtained (ou got) a subsidy of 10 000 000 CFA from Bolloré Transport & Logistics in order to promote digital’s access to Cameroonian’s young people.
Congolese TV followed BTL Congo’s working teams who stood for youth during the Marathon Day the 20 of September 2018 in the city of Pointe-Noire.
Mobilized on International Women’s Day, railwaywomen of Camrail donated school furniture – worth 2 million CFA francs – to Bojongo Public School, located in the suburbs of Douala (Cameroon).