At CONEMUND, we have created a Solidarity Chain, made up of anonymous people, through which we mobilize resources bringing modest aid to groups in need.
The Solidarity Chain is an initiative that seeks to increase the number of donors in order to expand our capacity to carry out development projects.
The objective of the Solidarity Chain is working to improve child protection, so that:
- Children’s rights are known and respected in the poorest countries.
- Children living in difficult situations are offered a better future.
- Children are given the opportunity to access schooling.
- Protected spaces can be created where each and every one of the 54 articles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child are observed.
Currently, the CONEMUND Solidarity Chain is present in India, Senegal, Mali and Niger. Some of the actions we have undertaken are:
- Building a residential unit for street children in India
- Support for social and educational insertion of vulnerable children in Yirimadio quarter, Bamako
- Protection, nutrition and education of talibé children in Koira Kano neighbourhood, Niamey (Niger)
- Improving education for children in marginalized areas of Dakar, Senegal
- Strengthening capacities of special education trainers, that work with disabled children in Thua Thien Hue, Vietnam