CAT SYA promotes projects where women play a prominent role.

Our program seeks to promote their economic autonomy, enhancing women’s dignity in an environment where they are not considered equal in rights.

We believe that the existing inequality between men and women is one of the main impediments to the eradication of poverty.

2017 Cacahuets

The program allows women to access a source of their own financing thanks to training in trades and the subsequent creation of a small business to market their products. This action is often accompanied by the granting of a line of microcredits where they are the beneficiaries.

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In Burkina Faso, the illiteracy rate is one of the highest in the world (around 70%), and it mainly affects older women (over 25). In 2018, 87.4% did not have any level of education in 2018. This fact, linked to the degree of subordination to men, makes survival more difficult for them, despite being the pillar of the african  family …

2017 Femmessabon

Investing in projects managed by women is effective as they are more inclined to work in teams, create employment and train other women. In this way we promote gender equity and equal opportunities and manage to contribute a positive vision of Africa.


Program "Empowerment of Women"

Investing in projects managed by women is effective because they have full ties to the family nucleus and are more likely to spend their income on priorities such as education, health and food.


Help us improve the lives of many people with a contribution of less than €6 a month.

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