From November 6 to 12, CARE France post Instastories on their Instagram account to describe the daily life of women scattered around the world who fight against poverty. Titled “Les stories du bout du monde” the campaign aims to represent ” all those who demonstrate incredible determination to fight poverty and improve the lives of their families,” says the association.
Friday, November 10, is the day of Nadia’s story, a 39-year-old Moroccan educator. She is head of a pre-school unit in Casablanca. She is in charge of an establishment that welcomes nearly 60 children in one of the most disadvantaged areas of the city. And “education is an essential right to build a quality life,” says the NGO, before stressing that “every day, Nadia fights to provide children with the conditions necessary for their awakening and their fulfillment “. Nadia, like others of this operation, ” represents the millions of women we support around the world,” insists CARE, which defends access to pre-school education.
” In Morocco, the lack of qualified educators, the lack of equipment and the lack of early childhood care structures largely explain school drop-out and repetition in primary school,” said the association. The goal of the campaign is also to ” show the many similarities we share, such as the little moments of everyday life such as meals or tender moments with their children,” without forgetting that these activist women, ” Live in a completely different reality … in extremely precarious conditions. ”