>Why are children not living with their parents, you might wonder. The Talibés are part of an old Islamic tradition. Their parents give them to a Quaran teacher who takes them for big cities like Dakar or St. Louis. Thousands
boys torn clothes wandered the streets every day to beg for money or some rice. They live incredibly hard life, no affection, education and hygiene. The teacher Quaran has no way to take care of them and teaches
the complete Quran. They learn to write in Arabic, but here goes. Some know how to write their names and count, they gathered in the streets.
The place where children live is located in a poor neighborhood of the city. Not many tourists come here, maybe not. See white faces in the Sor is often a surprise for them. small children scream when the French come Sor. All children want to shake the hands of these white people (Toubab). Often, residents neigbourhood stop for a chat, if they can speak French. They express their gratitude because they also love the conditions these children live. Their own children also take lessons Quaran but live at home. The population of St. Louis is mainly Wolof and they fortunatly have the tradition of giving their children away. These are the Fulani nomads who live in the countryside
in bad conditions who do not know better and give their children away year after year.
Naturally the children are rewarded for their hard work on chocolate sticks. And sometimes they are also treated with fruit, a hot meal or a soda. And of course the cookies! Children know how to share if a child is missing because it is in the street, they will make sure that he also get his share. They are used for sharing which is how they survive.keursoline is an association that has just been renewed for the purpose of integrated street children in the school world, this year there were 32 children in two districts among them 15 children are born their paper and 8 were retained on rest was old, however we would like to do their mentor and birth certificates, giving private lessons, mentor undocumented build a room, toilet because they are housed in a Senegalese family and their condition is not pleasant due to poor roof which leads to the water during the rainy season, collected clothes, shoes, a box of medicine, blankets, jumper …. and to ensure their little lunch .on already pay their inscriptions, bag, shoe, providing enough … but we need financial and moral support it requires a team effort to defeat the evil contracting children .We give you the opportunities to build together and share new experience .But regarding keursoline our goal is to build a reception center for children tabibés with dormitories, classrooms, health post to better care for them and given them a good education, there is a gap of 15 m long and 13 m wide but lack the means to complete the project, your support will be warmly wish </ span
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