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Blog: cashew nuts project

26 February 2017 This week was mostly dedicated to awareness meeting to women about their period cycles and the kit of protection we are offering them. No visit to the LAP this week. Cashew nuts project / grafting Cashew nuts are becoming interesting to produce; price is going up every year. We are looking at... Lees verder...
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Blog: news from the LAP

19 February 2017 The temperatures are rising here. The cool nights we had until now are getting warmer and warmer. In the past few days, the wind Harmattan has been very strong. It blows a lot of dust all over. News from the LAP We have been looking at organizing the students study time in... Lees verder...
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Blog: bush fires

12 February 2017 Bush Fires Men in Burkina usually start bush fires. They are a way to hunt animals (rats, rabbits) or in the process to clean a piece of land (burning trees). They are very bad for the nature since most of the fires are not controlled. The bush fires destroy many trees such... Lees verder...
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Blog: Students in Banfora

5 February 2017 This week was mainly dedicated to the LAP and to the students we have in Banfora. Students in Banfora A Petits Pas (French association) is sponsoring 8 students (5 girls and 3 boys) in schools in Banfora. Five of them are on their last year of secondary school. We went to visit... Lees verder...
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Blog: cotton farmers

29 January 2017 Week 2 of this trip. Cotton farmers The harvest of cotton has been going on since November and is normally ending in December. Groups of farmers bring the cotton to a central place. It is weighed and each farmer of the group knows how much he has brought. The cotton company Sofitex... Lees verder...
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Blog: some news about the political situation

22 January 2017 Back in Burkina since a week. Eugénie will join me in a few weeks. However, I am not alone, Marion has joined us until the end of April. She has studied education and she will try to help us at the LAP with the studying methods of our students. Some news about... Lees verder...
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Blog: LAP news

27 November 2016 This is the last blog of this trip. Not really looking forward to face the rains and cold weather in the Netherlands. LAP news It has been a very intense trip with a lot of work done for the LAP. Managing people is not easy anywhere. Hopefully we now have a stable... Lees verder...
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Blog: water carts

20 November 2016 Dust is in the air (not the title of a song), covering everything and irritating people’s eyes and throats. A lot of people with colds. It is also the time that the meningitis spreads with the dust. We will vaccinate the newest and the oldest children at the LAP this week. Water... Lees verder...
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Blog: LAP director never ending story

13 November 2016 Only 2 more weeks in Burkina for this trip. In the past week the weather has drastically changed: cool night (20/22o C) still 38o C in the day time. The wind Harmatan is blowing, bringing a lot of dust in the air and this coolness at night. It is at least 3... Lees verder...
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Blog: civil servants and consultants

6 November 2016 Transport on the roads of Burkina is always a challenge. The small bus on the left is driving at 80km per hour!!!! You can count on one broken truck per 20km along the road.                     Civil servants and consultants In previous blogs I... Lees verder...

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  • Microkrediet

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    Vrouwen in Burkina Faso zijn vaak aangewezen op zichzelf. Ze hebben kinderen, gemiddeld zelfs zeven per vrouw, die voeding, hygiënische leefomstandigheden en onderwijs nodig hebben. Om in hun eigen onderhoud te voorzien leven veel vrouwen van 'un petit commerce': een handeltje dat ze zelf draaien om inkomsten te genereren.

    Vrouwen op het platteland in Burkina Faso hebben voldoende kennis en ideeën voor zo'n 'petit commerce':

    Het ontbreekt hen echter vaak aan het benodigde geld om hun eigen project te starten. Daarom verstrekt ASAP jaarlijks microkrediet aan vrouwenassociaties in de door ASAP ondersteunde dorpen in Burkina Faso.