Supporting the enrolment, retention and success of girls in Senegal
To support this project :
The aim of the project
What we did
- At least 75% of the 300 girls accompanied by the project have reached 3rd grade;
- They were each provided with school supply kits and feminine protection (washable sanitary towels);
- All 5 colleges were provided with a laptop, 50 tablets, a video projector and 2 external hard drives with large storage capacity.
of the 300 girls accompanied reached 3rd grade
colleges with computers, tablets, etc.
Directorate of Middle and General Secondary Education . Ensup Africa . L'Oréal Women's Fund . Virtual University /ENO Kolda
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