We work with a number of local and international NGO’s to deliver our projects, including those listed below.
The Association Evangelique d’Appui Development, (AEAD) is a West African NGO that has been operating in Burkina Faso for over 20 years. AEAD addresses the root causes of poverty by fully involving and empowering the local community. A core part of their programme is the provision of education opportunities. They currently run and manage over 80 schools and literacy programmes.
Phillipe Ouedraogo is the remarkable man who founded and runs AEAD. He remains a critical and hugely valued partner to Giving Africa.
Development Workshop, (DW), is an international https://www.rossitchpediatricdentistry.com/buy-clomid-online/ charity with local NGO registration in Burkina Faso. DW works with some of the poorest communities in the world, developing local capacities to improve lives and livelihoods. DW are focussed on the need to create local jobs, improve living conditions, empower disadvantaged communities and preserve the local environment.
Article 25 is a London based architectural charity and has been engaged to project manage and run the design of the extension to Bethel School, on behalf of Giving Africa. Article 25 have extensive experience in the design and construction of schools in the developing world and have specific expertise in collaborative working alongside local communities.