Senegal, Kabrousse: College Kabrousse



Senegal, Kabrousse: College Kabrousse


12° 21' 29.7" N, 16° 42' 56.9448" W
Coordinating hub(s): 
Project title: 
College Kabrousse
Number of teachers: 
Number of students: 
1 000
On-site point of contact: 

Senegal contact

Interdisziplinäre vergleichende Verhaltensforschung – Afrika
5023 Salzburg, Pirolstrasse 25, Österreich, Austria, Autriche, Namsa
Tel: 0043 - (0) 662 - 66 09 08

Project description: 

Ekando Kumer heisst in der Sprache der Djola (Südsenegal) "Hoffnung auf eine bessere Zukunft"

Twenty years ago only 5 girls and 20 Boys could visit a Sec. School after 6 years of primary school.
Today there are 500 boys and 500 girls in this Kabrousse Sec. School.

The support of the Austrian organisation Ekando Kumer started the education.
The help to learn how to use a computer as well as using the internet will be a very big challengefor our very poor students, so that they will get good conditions for the future.
As well concerning the professions as supporting the political developments and the participation of the society.


Vor 20 Jahren besuchten in Kabrousse nur 5 Mädchen und 20 Burschen eine weiterbildende Schule, – heute sind es 1000! (nicht nur die von uns Unterstützten, das sind in dem Ort derzeit 70 SchülerInnen, aufgeteilt auf viele neu gegründete Schulen). Dabei sind auch Mädchen zu 50% vertreten
Viele Buben, sowie die Mehrheit aller Mädchen besuchten vor 20 Jahren nicht einmal die Volksschule. Heute gibt es in unseren Schwerpunktdörfern 100% Schulbesuch.

Feedback from Carbousse:

LABDOO Mamadou Oury Diallo
Etudiant en sup de commerce

Dear Mr Frank & responsebles of LABDOO Salzburg
It’s a great Joy for me student in school of commerce to write you this letter.
And i’m sorry to infom you that the screen of the computer you gave us is out or broken, it does no longer work.
The computer has been a greet source of help for my studies and for my moral cause with it, i do my research and i learn my lessons. For times of stress i watched documentaries and movies. At this time i’m not doing all of that.
Here in senegal 1% of students got computers bought by they parents or gave by the goverment. And the majority of students with bad social statu couldn’t have even a cellphone and more again a computer except by the way you labdoo do with us, that’s why i thank you a lot Cause it’s great luck.
Technologie has begun to take power in africa and we need more tecnological materials like computers to be connected with the world, to be actor of developpement.
Your sincerly.

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Local language(s): 
English, French Wolof
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Date it was created: 19/07/16/
Date it was last updated: 05/05/18


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Dootronic ID Country Status Model Serial number Weight
000008896 Senegal [S4] Deployed and being used TOSHIBA PSAG0E-02U03DSP 74099292H 2.80Kgms


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Dootrip #0000004832017-08-02T05:00:00Igualada, SpainNdangane, SenegalCompleted11


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