Coronavirus: the women of the ACDG organization create and distribute free masks to Nogent-sur-Oise’s residents
During the worldwide coronavirus pandemic. There are incredible women who act with generosity to help others.
Afroculture.net highlights the magnificent gesture of solidarity of the women of the ACDG association. Despite the confinement and their own difficulties of daily life, they manufacture masks and distribute them free of charge to the inhabitants of Nogen-sur-Oise. These noble gestures are to be commended in these difficult times.
What is the ACDG association?
Association Camara Dramane de Guemou (ACDG) is a non-profit organization that helps improve the condition of women in Mauritania. It was founded in 2009 by Madame Camara, Madame Gasama and Madame Sidibe.
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What motivated them to found this association?
he conditions of women in the village of Guemou are dramatic. They are forced to walk for 10 km under high temperatures with their babies on their backs to fetch water. Sensitive to their suffering, Mrs. Camara, Mrs. Gasama and Mrs. Sidibe decided to help them by creating the association ACDG to improve the living conditions of these women.
What are the projects carried out by the association in parallel?
In 2009, ACDG association decided to launch a kitty to help victims of the bad weather that unfolded in Mauritania in the region of Guidimakha and Sambakandj.
They also helped set up a market gardening area to generate food sufficiency in the village of Guemou in Mauritania. In addition, they organized a fundraiser to build wells near the village.
Afroculture.net congratulates these three generous women of the ACDG association for their kindness during this pandemic. We thank them for their noble gestures. And we wish them much success in all their projects.