Le Point talks about Aide et Action

Interview by Malick Diawara, Editorial Manager Le Point Afrique, 20 November 2020

Photo credit: Anne-Emmannuelle THION

An estimated 500 million people in Africa cannot prove their identity. In the article "Ghost children are at the mercy of all kinds of traffickingthe newspaper Le Point refers to the multi-country project " Local and International Solidarity for Development through Education (SOLIDE), developed in France and in West Africa, where we encourage local actors to address this issue, a major societal and educational challenge.

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