Enfants du Monde’s “Song for Education” project aims to help children realise how important it is for everyone to have a quality education.

In the latest Mond’Info, you can meet Pedro Quib Choc, Kombou and Alimata.


Pedro Choc has been teaching for seven years at Peña Blanca in a bilingual Q’eqchi’- Spanish Maya school.

The Global Campaign for Education’s Action Week is taking place from 21-27 April 2013.

alt In Burkina Faso, disadvantaged children need to have time outside school to help their parents.

altAboubacar, a farmer's son, is 18 years old and lives with his parents and his six brothers in Sabon Gari, a little village near Tahoua.


From 1st to 10th March of 2013, the International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights (Festival du film et Forum International sur les Droits Humains, FIFDH) takes place in Geneva.

 In the latest Mond’Info, you can find out how, in Niger, Aboubacar and other children were put in charge of goats so they could learn how to become livestock farmers.

Between now and 2015, Chad is committed to ensuring universal access for children to a quality education and to halving the number of illiterate adults.

In Bangladesh, one of the seven poorest countries in the world, many children are obliged to work so they can contribute to the family income. So they have to give up their education and their hopes for a better future.