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Remar NGO started the social work in Anyama in 2001. It is located in a very poor village, 30km from Abidjan, the economic capital of the Ivory Coast.

It is a center that welcomes many abandoned children in the streets, orphans and families with few resources.
In addition to being a center where 300 children live, since 2009 a school has been opened where all the children of Remar and more than 100 children of the town who cannot afford to go to school are enrolled. For the older ones, Remar has professional training workshops such as computers, carpentry, calligraphy and traditional crafts. After the classes, all the children stay in the social dining room, where they are cared for every day.

This country suffers a lot of drought and due to being in a very poor area the water does not arrive and every day the children have to walk more than 2 km to get water to shower and for domestic use. To make matters worse this water is contaminated and many children have been sick many times. More than a year ago, Remar Côte d'Ivoire, with a heart saddened by the dramatic situation, calls for donations and help for the opening of a well.

In the last congress of Remar NGO in Côte d'Ivoire, December 2017 a couple very dear to the organization, decided to help us to pay the 14,000 euros that are needed for the construction of the well. The work began January 15, so we hope to find drinking water soon for the benefit of the center and the town.

Thanks to God and to each person who is collaborating, these children will be able to enjoy having clean water close to home and without any fear of having diseases.

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