On April 24, 2020 a donation from charity QSV was sent to our Collaborating partner Lamine Thioune Farming who works on the behalf of street begging children called Taalibes in Senegal. Health and disease educational methods are discussed and taught to young chidren boys. In brief this program workshop addresses preventative care during this horrific pandemic and the lecture understood by all is to spread awareness of certain repetitive behaviors that leads to dangerous results!
Items purchased are Hand and body soaps, hand gel sanitizers, drinking water, socks, toothpaste, toothbrushes, mini mouthwashes alongside soccer balls.
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Please we ask you to raise a helping hand. Thank you!
We often get requests from Associations, Daaras and many widowed women for assistance of some kind of support for their male children and street children called Talibes enrolled in religious schools called Daaras .
This page is dedicated to that service in dire need.
Community support, collective partnerships and discussing solutions to eradicate male children exploitation.
QSV Aiding Humanity collaborates with Associations on the behalf of Talibe children suffering from abuse poverty and neglect. This indeed is where QSV Global Community plays a huge part in as to the HOW we participate our involvement of aiding other nonprofits in Senegal. Elder villagers such as chiefs and teachers join our team efforts.
We take pride and honor in serving where it motivates others to do the same. This also is a purpose for us to inspire right-minded action! Village chiefs and leaders and remote communities often invite QSV organization to discuss a need for services and support for a program project for women and children, including Orphans( Talibes) whom often are the most vulnerable.
Together let’s contribute a helping hand, aiding humanity!
There is a estimated of over 100,000 or more male children called Talibes whom some are orphans, homeless or what have you sleeping and begging on the streets in Senegal, West Africa. This sad unfortunate situation is a ugly reality that one can witness from early dawn till dusk at night. We are not here to get involved in the government or politics in this urgent matter but to hear other talk about solutions to support the neighboring nonprofits, ngos and associations whom reach out to us for provisions for them.
All our best to the Talibes of Senegal
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