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Anouk Henry, a Swiss volunteer who has just spent four months in our foundation with her family, is a journalist.

In the framework of our project on new masculinities, as part of the work for gender equality and the fight against gender-based violence, Gregory Jaquet, Swiss volunteer and UNWomen expert on gender issues and public policies, has been creating an original program for the foundation for the past three months.

On March 8, at the library, the team and users present discussed the meaning of International Women's Rights Day through educational activities, as part of the Foundation's commitment to gender equality and the fight against gender violence.

Last friday, A Mano Manaba received people from the community to share children's work and celebrate the end of the year. Wonderful and inspiring moments with parents and neighbours, as well as beautiful lights in the eyes of the kids happy to show their safe place in Don Juan marked the day as one of a kind. This operation will...

Dear Donor, friend of Fundación A mano manaba (FAMM). Hopefully, these words find you in the midst of the calm and discretion necessary in these unprecedented days and weeks in the social life of the entire planet.

By mid-March, we realized Covid-19 had arrived in our tiny fishing village in northern Manabi. The lack of any health system or response services puts us in an extremely vulnerable situation. Our only way out was total and absolute isolation. So we bid our international volunteers good by and sadly shut down the Library. The curfew was at 6 pm,...

It is the last sunset we share with Emilie (France) and Alberto (Spain). During their fruitful volunteering with us, we have become allies and friends. This energetic, enthusiastic couple worked tirelessly and way beyond their obligations to make sure the most vulnerable population in this tiny fishing village was imbued with a sense of self-worth...

Picture a young donkey on the beach, his pannier packed with colorful children's books. As he steps over the rubble and devastation left by a 7.8-magnitude earthquake, his bell calls out to the children left homeless to come and read, and, for a brief moment, forget the desperate situation around them. This was the beginning of what, two years...

Last December, the campaign for the Biblio-bus of A mano Manaba that Randi Randi Group Corporation sponsored, was awarded the "Vetted Organization" certification by Global Giving. This is the first and largest collective financing organization in the world. After the efforts made, this certification allows FAMM to offer its partners and donors a...