Maksuda, 11 years of age, lives in one of the 4'000 slums of Dhaka. Her family migrated from the countryside to earn a better living. Now, they only have the meagre wages of her mother, a cleaner, and her brother, an artisan, to live on. However, Maksuda is lucky, because she can go to school, unlike many other children in her neighbourhood. This means she can already be of help to her parents who can’t read or write. Later, she will be able to find a job which will help her have a better


Laurent Guye has been elected as the new president  of Enfants du Monde.

Go to school but leave without skills: Enfants du Monde redresses this problem.

Our office is closed from December 25th 2014 until January 1st 2015.

In Burkina Faso, Enfants du Monde is helping to reduce the high mortality rate among pregnant women.

Find out about our campaign “Become a mother, save another” on behalf of mothers in Burkina Faso.

With its national campaign “Become a mother, save another”, Enfants du Monde is receiving donations in order to save the lives of future mothers and their babies in the South West of Burkina Faso. In the region of Mangadora, many women are still dying from complications linked to pregnancy or childbirth.

Thanks to your support, we have already managed to decrease maternal mortality rates in Central Eastern Burkina Faso. For example the two pregnant women, Bayratou and Adjara, have followed


Today, Enfants du Monde is launching its national campaign “Become a mother, save another

In North Guatemala, students are better at reading, writing and mathematics than in other parts of the country thanks to our teacher training delivered in more than 300 schools. They learn how to provide a quality education with courses in two languages and adapted to the children’s needs, and by placing the student at the heart of the learning dynamic.

“The changes are striking: children can write and produce texts from the 3rd class. Before, it was in the 5th class. And they have become


Students in the north of Guatemala do better at school than those living elsewhere in the country, because Enfants du Monde trains the teachers there.