An enlightened school: Aide et Action interviewed by Radio Cité Genève

Have you ever imagined taking a class in the dark? No ? Yet this is the daily life of students in 9 out of 10 schools in West Africa. Inès El-Shikh, Head of Public Fundraising and Sponsor/Donor Relations at Aide et Action Switzerland and Rosine Traoré, coordinator of the "Enlightened School" project organized a dinner in the dark at La Fraiche restaurant, avenue des Tilleuls in Geneva, to talk about the daily life of these students. A look back at the event with Radio Cité Genève.

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