Category: AfricaHugs EN

AFRICAHUGS: THE HUGGINS SESSIONS YOPOUGON, CÔTE D’IVOIRE. WE KEEP SEDUCING SCHOOLS

When we went to the Sicogi 11 School to explain THE HUGGIN SESSIONS activity, the video recording and working together with students and teachers, the principal sent us to the inspection of education. It seemed us fair and coherent asking for permission to the inspection when it is about an extracurricular activity. That is the […]

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ADIAKÉ, IVORY COAST. ANOTHER EXAMPLE, ANOTHER LESSON WORTH TO BE LEARNT. A BAOULE EXPERIENCE.

Just by sticking out your nose in Africa, just by glimpsing yourself, just by allowing that it invades you, whispers you, tucks you in, you will realize that all the prejudices you had before about Africa (if you had any), are falling apart, collapsing. As we were leaving Abidjan, noise, pollution, aggravate contamination produced by […]

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SIERRA LEONE. WHO IS FEEDING WHO?

While many are looking desperately for modernity and development, few are drawing patterns that can reach adverse effects for the people. In the majority of countries I have been in West Africa, uncertain modernity keeps benefiting abruptly the same as always. Guinea Conakry, Sierra Leone and Liberia. Three countries. Three similar geographical realities. Three environmental […]

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THE HUGGING SESSIONS: CHILDREN IN CRISIS ESCUELA. FREETOWN. SIERRA LEONA

We were sharing together with them for a week Learning together living together We gathered with the teachers thinking about the potential natural resources in Sierra Leone and who is the one most benefiting from them. We truly believe that, if we unify  under a massive, enormous hug, full of anger, outrage, annoyance. But also […]

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