In a recent exchange and sharing meeting was held with the four beneficiary associations.
They presented the progress of their projects. This meeting was an opportunity to establish initial feedback and to pool good practices.
The launch of a first call for projects, in December 2019, made it possible to support 4 projects in the field of digital technology and sustainable development for a total amount of 149,206,975 FCFA.
Out of nearly 140 projects studied, the projects selected by the selection committee were sponsored by the following actors:
NGO ACTE, leader of the ACTE ACADEMY
The objective of this project is to introduce children to computer programming and electronics through mathematics and science.
NGO WE NEED
“Zero waste University v2.0” whose project aims to set up digital tools for monitoring UOB waste management.
NGO OGOOUE LABS
“START X 241”, whose project consists of training 40 Gabonese in the field of the digital economy and the creation of 10 start-ups in collaboration with start-ups operating in the French-speaking world.
NGUDU DIMBU ASSOCIATION
This name illustrates the activity: the development of a beekeeping sector for the fight against poverty and against the devastation of plantations by elephants in Peny in the north of the Moukalaba-Doudou National Park.
Featured Image: The AZOBE resource center for civil society and the four beneficiary associations.
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