WOMEN'S DAY

The reality of Senegalese women, as in most African countries, plays a distinctly secondary role. In rural communities this fact is much more accentuated and organized in associations, they are dedicated to the harvesting of vegetables and legumes in order to provide financial aid to their families, as well as improve their diet. In addition, they take care of the children and do all the household chores.


For many years they did not have access to education and this caused us today to find a lot of women of illiterate adulthood. Currently, the situation has changed strongly and the work of the Kassumay Foundation makes a clear commitment to its improvement and families make great efforts to enroll their children in school.

This is an example of the transformation of mentality that is taking place in Senegal. This is also demonstrated by initiatives that we carry out such as training in agricultural production and transformed from literacy products or programmes into the same associations of women who manage the orchards. These actions give visibility to the change that gradually begins to occur in Senegalese society, especially in women in rural areas.



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