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Because girls’ education makes the world progressing

  • because today out of all the children in school worldwide, only one third are girls...
  • because in the world, out of 900 million adults who cannot read or write, two thirds are women ...
  • because millions of women do not have the means to fight against forced marriages, sexual or domestic exploitation, honour crimes, prostitution….. 

... and these same women are in charge of educating future generations.

Toutes à l’école Belgique is a Belgian charity organisation founded in 2013 that aims at supporting the mission and objectives of « Toutes à l’école » created in 2006 in France. Its mission consists in providing a high-level education to under-privileged girls in emerging countries and to allow them to get future jobs thanks to which they can enjoy freedom and dignity.

In poor countries, when families are able to enroll a child in school, boys are the chosen ones. Girls, from a very young age, on top of working to support their family, are put into domestic tasks.

International experts are unanimous: girls’ education is one of the biggest issues of this millennium. In countries where girls’ education progresses, the propagation of pandemics is controlled better, infant mortality and high birth rates shrink. An educated woman should be able to educate her children.

Our school Happy Chandara

”Toutes à l’école” chose to set up its first pilot school in Cambodia: Happy Chandara, located at 12 kilometres away from Phnom Penh, the capital of the Kingdom of Cambodia. The school enrolls the most vulnerable young girls from the communities of Prek Thmey, Chheu Teal, Koh Anlong Chen and Don Sor. These villages are situated in a rural area near the capital, on the banks of the Bassac River. Read more

Our activities in Belgium

The objective of Toutes à l’école Belgique is to support the project Happy Chandara in the long run by giving visibility to the project and bringing a financial contribution through events and fundraising activities. Read more