In the neighborhood where the Etimoe school was built, the growth rate of the number of elementary school students is around 10% per year, and therefore need about 40 new classrooms a year to the public school system.
Given this context, a group of people, as part of a nonprofit association, decided to help improve the education system by promoting a school with a strong social project:
- To impart quality education and demand.
- To favor learning and facilitate social inclusion.
- To allow easy access to quality education for children and youth with limited resources.
- To contribute to improving the quality of education in the country in collaboration with the public school system and private sector.
Once put into operation, the first school complex, Famille et Education, is committed not only in the efficient management of this project but also in the transfer of this social model to other areas of the country, so that the Etimoe school can be a reference.