Aim: The expected outcome of the project is to provide the population of Zogbe-Kopé, Togo with a modern school infrastructure and an adequate environment for the promotion of school education in order to improve literacy and increase the success rate in the area.
Zogbe-Kopé is a small village in the southwest of Togo, in the Wawa district of the plateau region. The current school buildings in the village are in a dilapidated state and do not offer an appropriate environment for pupils or teachers. The metal sheet roofs have numerous holes which interrupt lessons during the rainy season and the buildings are unsafe because they could collapse at any time. This project will provide a new and safer infrastructure for students in the village of Zogbé-Kopé. It is hoped that literacy rates will improve as more parents will be motivated to send their children to a safer school environment. Children will also fully enjoy their right to education.
Location: Zogbe-Kopé, Wawa District, Plateau Region, Togo
Local Partner: Zogbe-Kopé Primary School
This project is available for co-funding
Beneficiaries: 3200+ children under 15 years old and eight teachers