This project is in partnership with AFASA (Association of Women for Literacy, Health and Income Generation) and provides literacy training and French lessons for women, while training for teachers and supervisors is also given.

Seminars are offering skills in composting, marketing and bookkeeping, family budgeting, wise use of harvest crops, and vaccination of small animals. Seminars are also given on nutrition, hygiene, clean water, and fertility, and health training and supervision of village health workers.

Loans are given to small income generating projects, such as poultry raising, and aid is given to village girls for schooling.

A programme helps the villagers to understand analysing problems and finding solutions. Thanks to this, the villagers have learned to understand hygiene, and proof is given by the fact that the children do not get sick as often as before.