OUR SOCIAL COMMITMENT

Help for Burkina Faso e.V. – is a non-profit organization which develops and realizes social projects in the region of Kaya in Burkina Faso

OUR PROJECTS

DEEP WELLS

Construction of deep wells; each well is between 60 – 100 m deep and provides 1,000 – 4,000 l/h of water. The people then have enough water for drinking, cooking and for their animals.

MARKET GARDEN

By building vegetable gardens a diversified diet for the population is secured. Onions, tomatoes, beans, eggplants and corn are growing.

Container

On regularbasis we ship containers with relief and donation goods to Burkina Faso; including goods such as bicycles, school supplies, sewing machines, instruments, and much more.

PRIMARY SCHOOL & COLLEGE

Building elementry schools and colleges to give people access to education since many adults are illiterates. solar system power willgenerate electricity for evening classes.

In 2012 our CEO and owner, Horst Walz, visited the village Gofila in Burkina Faso for the first time and witnesses first hand the terrible conditions he didn´t consider possible in today´s world. He decided to establish the organization “Hilfe für Burkina Faso e.V.”, for helping these people on-site. The goal of the organization is „help people so they can help themselves“. Burkina Faso is one of the ten poorest countries in the world.

The organization follows a clear concept and implements various projects, depending on the regional demands, in the following order: water supply, agriculture – market garden, school education, vocational education, energy supply, healthcare.

The first project site Gofila is located in the southern region of the Sahel and has at best three months of rain and nine months of severe drought. The village Gofila is situated about 20 km from the provincial town Kaya. About 5,000 people live there, 60% of the residents are under the age of 16.

In 2014, we completed our first project, the construction of six deep wells. This was followed by vegetable gardens, containers with relief and donations good, elementary school and a college run on a off-grid-solar system.