World Toilet Day: Making the invisible visible!

Worldwide, 3.6 billion people do not have access to toilets or sanitation. When sanitation systems are inadequate, human waste spills into rivers, lakes and soils, polluting the water resources beneath our feet. This problem appears…

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The Bloomberg newspaper talks about the CMC of Morija

In an article dealing with African architecture, Bloomberg magazine focuses on the Morija Medical-Surgical Center in Kaya, Burkina Faso. Designed by the Swiss architectural firm NOMOS, the buildings are made only with local materials according…

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Chad: floods and food insecurity

Unprecedented floods have occurred in Chad. In 2022, the country recorded its heaviest rainfall in 30 years. President Mahamat Déby Itno has declared a “state of emergency” to “better contain and manage” this natural disaster…

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Togo: Cultivation of cocoa respectful of the environment

Morija is developing its Agroforestry project in Togo with its Togolese partner Avenir de l’Environnement (ADE). Benjamin Gasse (Director of Morija) and Gabriel Migy (President of Morija) went there to officially launch the New Generation…

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International Day for the Eradication of Poverty

Every year, on the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty on October 17, the figures of poverty in the world are exposed. The number of extremely poor people is increasing in sub-Saharan Africa, while…

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International Day of Rural Women

The presence of rural women is particularly important in certain regions of the world, notably in Africa, Asia and Latin America. They represent between 20% and 50% of the active agricultural population on these continents,…

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Manufacture of wheelchairs in Burkina Faso

A few months ago, Morija and its local partner ASAREN launched a pilot project in Burkina Faso. Young people are trained in metalworking trades in vocational training workshops. During their training, they made a first…

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Hunger in a warming world

Climate disruption has a direct link with food security problems that are worsening in certain areas of the planet. These areas are called “climate hotspots of the world”, because global warming affects them most strongly:…

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