Basic Information
Name of Innovation:
The N'Takou - Children's Rights to Education Advocate
Problem:
According to figures on education in Africa, we notice that 8.5% of children who leave primary school in Niger master reading; they are five times more in Cameroon (48.8%).
The N'Takou campaigns for access to popular education in Africa by building school libraries there with the aim of bringing about a change to these figures which are making the education system in Africa a big flop.
Description of Innovation:
The N’Takou is a little love, a little international solidarity and a lot of Africa.
The N'Takou is an NGO based in France which acts in Africa by setting up school libraries. In a North / South dynamic, The N'Takou volunteers collect books in France and then build school libraries in Côte d'Ivoire, Cameroon and Congo.

Today The N'Takou NGO has built five school libraries between Côte d'Ivoire, Cameroun and Congo.
Sustainability :
The innovation that The N’Takou brings with its school libraries calls for a sustainable and more inclusive education in Africa.
The NTakou aligns with UN Sustainable Development Goals 4, 10 and 17 in order to contribute to 2030 Agenda.
Impact Story:
Today The N'Takou NGO has built five school libraries between Côte d'Ivoire, Cameroun and Congo.
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