On 13th December the non-profit association Solidaritynnm held its annual gala, which this year focussed on the collection of funds for the financing of the new project which will begin in 2019, and which aims to rebuild a school in Togo for primary pupils.
The president of the association personally invited the Equatorial Guinea Ambassador in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Nca, who was accompanied by other ambassadors, such as the Angolan Ambassador, Georges Rebelo Pinto Chikoti, and the Togolese Ambassador, Kokou Neyo Atsumikoa M’beou.
The Ambassador Nvono-Nca was particularly interested in the project to be developed by the ONG in Togo, which aims to construct two additional buildings at the primary school, to accommodate a total of 360 pupils. Furthermore, the intention is to install latrines, supply educational material, and adapt various offices for the teaching staff.
The project will be carried out over a period of five years, in order to ensure the school operates well. It will have modern, ecological operating systems, such as solar panels to generate electricity for the centre. In addition, there will be constant work to pursue aims such as the progressive improvement in pupils and the promotion of schooling for women. The entire project will be developed in collaboration with the Mirlinda Association, with its headquarters in Togo. The association was created by the Togolese singer of the same name, who delighted those present at the gala with a beautiful musical performance.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office