Daraah Partners

Support existing Daara in network:

Through the mapping of existing daaras in the area, Love1 Talibe will be identifying those with whom we share common  visions and are open to joint collaborative community economic development activities around our Community Supported Agriculture concept.

Below, upgrading of a solar irrigation scheme to increase productivity.

The Goal towards that collaboration with the existing daaras is to share Love1 Talibe model and help them embrace the transformative experience into an inclusive center framework for the talibés.
Since daaras operate as internships, Love1 Talibe focuses first on upscaling of existing infrastructure (dormitory, classroom, sports area, play area, etc.). Such would help enhance living conditions of existing talibes while marking up perceptions from the outside.

Building on such an attractive framework of social marketing of the daaras would make it in and of itself a viable options for low income families hitherto tempted to “giving away” their kids to the hostile daaras model as we know it. This step would help us better in a position to seek and identify financing options for sustainable community economic development activities that can lead to self-reliance within our respective Daara.

As the framework takes root into structured activities then the third phase action plan will focus on streamlining adaptive and complementary education leaning more into vocational education.
Example of Yenne Community Supported Agriculture model.

Panneau solaire

The medical care of talibés is essential in the assistance framework of LOVE1 TALIBE.
An umbrella subscription to the Universal HealthCare insurance program specific to our daara model is taken out for each child.

With our sponsorship program patrons can take care of the medical costs of two or more children by ensuring their good care form local community health insurance.


Construction of our 1st Academy

In connection with the local municipality Love1 Talibe has already acquired 1 acre of land for the construction of the first residential community center, home for 200 talibés, and space to develop our Community farming and animal husbandry among other structuring activities towards our Community Supported Agriculture model…