Who We Are.

a non-profit organization promoting communities development

serve communities

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fight vulnerability

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Aid and Save is an independent and impartial international solidarity initiative that works to carry out concrete, relevant and effective actions to relieve vulnerable populations and solve social problems within Burkinabè communities.

Achille Sawadogo


How we help.

We invest in four key areas

We help to provide healthcare free of charge

Aid and Save provide sanitary relief to populations mainly women and teens that depend on artisanal gold mining for their livelihood.

We fund healthcare projects and medical researches targeting vulnerable rural populations in Burkina.

Education and innovation

Aid and Save trains youth on the importance of innovation in a changing world and supports them to fulfill their ideas.

We fund innovative and I.T projects based on social change targeting youth and girls.

we Promote Social inclusion

Aid and Save gives a great importance to the financial and social inclusion of marginalised people.

We fund projects that make financial and social services accessible in rural and remote areas.

We bring relief to communities

Aid and Save provides financial support to communities stricken by  natural disasters.

We fund projects that are able to spread out relief quickly and provide a transparent response to people in need.

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La Fondation Aid & Save continue son engagement contre les Hépatites B et C

Sensibilisation sur les Hépatites B et C : Les femmes bénéficiaires du Projet de Recyclage des Déchets Domestiques (PReDD) ont reçu leur dernière dose de vaccination.
La dernière dose du vaccin a été administrée ce jeudi 21 Juillet 2022 au Centre médical Lafia, grâce au financement de la Fondation Aid & Save, en collaboration avec l’Association Help and Health Initiative.
En rappel, ces femmes issues des Groupements d’intérêt économique (G.I.E) œuvrent dans le ramassage des déchets domestiques de la ville de Ouagadougou.