Christmas present : Sponsor a project !
To spend Christmas in a happy, original and social way, think of Enfants du Monde! Give a gift to underpriviledged children and to your loved ones by offering a sponsorship.Read more...
The new Mond’Info has just come out
In the latest Mond’Info, you will discover how, in Burkina Faso, husbands are getting involved in helping their pregnant wives, despite the weight of tradition.Read more...
Partnership with Filmar
Enfants du Monde is a partner of the Filmar Latin American film festival.Read more...
A song for education
Over 800 French-speaking Swiss students participated in the “Song for Education” project.Read more...
Creating perspectives for life: mother and child health
The Medicus Mundi Switzerland symposium will take place on Tuesday 6 November.Read more...
Association with a Burkina Faso newspaper
Enfants du Monde has entered into a partnership with “L’Observateur”, a privately owned daily newspaper in Burkina Faso.Read more...
A new training in Guatemala
Thanks to the favourable results of the Enfants du Monde's education programme in Guatemala, the Department of Education of Guatemala has introduced the teaching approach recommended by Enfants du Monde in its teaching programme.
Fredy, 24 years old: “Nothing is impossible!”
Fredy is a boy from a little village without electricity in Guatemala whose dreams have come true: He was able to go to school and study abroad with a grant, and has returned home to teach English.Read more...
“I don’t want to lose my baby”
In Burkina Faso, many mothers-to-be die during pregnancy and will never be able to cuddle their new baby. Alima is pregnant, and is taking part in our programme which saves the lives of mothers and babies.Read more...
Two new colleagues
With the expansion of Enfants du Monde’s activities, it had become necessary to strengthen our team of education specialists.Read more...
“I didn't have the chance to go to school”
Selima lives in Mohammadpur, a poor distric of Dhaka, the capital of BangladeshRead more...
Haiti: our kindergarten is not ruined
Saturday, August 25, the tropical storm Isaac hit Haiti.Read more...
School rather than marriage
Following the death of her father, Mossamad Chapla had to stop public school
Maria Lidia, midwife in Salvador
“For the past three years, we have had no deaths in the region where I work.”Read more...
The new Mond’Info is out now
In the latest issue of Mond’Info, you can read how Maria Lidia, a sixty-year-old midwife and mother of 18 children, is helping pregnant women.Read more...
Anouar, aged 11, candy floss seller
When his father died some years ago, Anouar’s mother decided to come to Dhaka, hoping that in the capital she would be able to find work to support her seven children.Read more...
Presence at Cinéair
From 24 July to 26 August, Enfants du Monde will be at Cinéair in Nyon.Read more...
“Many children can barely read and write”
Aminata Boly, a former English teacher, has been training teachers in Burkina Faso for two years.Read more...
100 more villages get involved
In Bangladesh, thousands of children lose their mother every year.Read more...
Shawa’atu Shaibu, a young seamstress in Niger
In Niger, only 3 out of 10 girls go to school. Thanks to Enfants du Monde, Shawa'atu Shaibu was nevertheless put through school.Read more...
General Assembly and concert
The Haitian artist Woody Pep to perform at the end of our General Assembly in Geneva, Wednesday June 13.Read more...
How to fight maternal mortality?
On Thursday, June 7 2012 a debate on the involvement of associations in favor of the health of mothers in the world will be held.Read more...
Young Kadi didn’t leave, he stayed
Many young people in Niger leave to work in neighbouring countries so they can escape hardship. Kadi decided to try his luck at home. And he succeeded…Read more...
Ismael Quib Che, aged 19
"Here, in Guatemala, people think that country people are not very smart and they can't learn well."
The New Mond’Info has been issued!
In its annual report 2011, Enfants du Monde presents how a quality education combined with professional training allows youth to stay in their communities and help instead of emigrating.
A bridge to state schools
In Niger, only three out of ten girls and four out of ten boys go to school.Read more...
New fundraising manager
Kerstin Blidi-Schmidt has been recruited following our colleague Myriam Ernst’s decision to take a year off in order to travel.Read more...
“Sharing is part of my life”
A Swiss national, Walo Suter, has offered a better future to many children, to girls in particular, by making a considerable donation.Read more...
“This school will help me make my dream come true”
In Guatemala, many children finish their education at primary level because the secondary school is too far away from their village.Read more...
3 continents and thousands of children
The new Mond'Info has just been publishedRead more...
By acting today you’ll help children tomorrow
Enfants du Monde has joined the association My Happy End.Read more...
Film about Enfants du Monde schools
How teacher teach in Enfants du Monde schools?Read more...
Youth from three continents organize activities together
From end of December to the beginning January, Enfants du Monde, coordinated an educational workshop on citizenshipRead more...
Reunion for Education in Africa
The three-yearly meeting of the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) will take place from the 12th to the 17th of FebruaryRead more...
El Salvador – Leticia Flores, Yulisa Beralis’ mother, explains:
El Salvador – Leticia Flores, Yulisa Beralis’ mother, explains:Read more...
Give a better futur to child shepherds
So that the shepherds of Burkina Faso can survive, their children actively participate in the daily chores. Consequently, there is little time left for school.Read more...
Nasima, midwife in Bangladesh
Dans le village reculé d’Uripur, au Nord du Bangladesh, les femmes enceintes doivent marcher plus de dix kilomètres pour se faire soigner.Read more...
Hans Haldimann, journalist, Swiss television:
With 130 Swiss francs, you provide healthcare education for pregnant women and mothers in Salvador.