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Projet Afrique focusses on three pillars:  professional development in the areas of education, social sciences and health sciences, leadership and social justice. This will be an opportunity of a lifetime to see the world with new eyes.  As we prepare ourselves to contribute to our society as professionals, we are conscious of the privilege but also of the responsibility of our chosen professions.  We hear stories about the conditions of developing countries, but what a privilege it will be to see the realities of cultural differences with our own eyes. 


Team Projet Afrique 2016



We are very much looking forward to experiencing the realities of schools, medical clinics, and orphanages, as we partake in teaching, and working hand in hand with the medical community. Our contribution in these cross - cultural contexts will call on the expansion of our leadership  and critical thinking skills.  

Our work in schools will be with students like these shown in the picture below. Classrooms in Togo hold many students, such as this one of 145 students in Lomé. 



Voici une photo des enfants de l'orphelinat à Lomé



Reciprocity, solidarity and sustainability are fundamental principles driving this international project. During our time in Togo, we will have the opportunity to support our beliefs in these fundamental principles by participating in the construction of a school in a rural community. 

The Alumni of last year's international project building a school in Tanzania.  


Although it is challenging to go beyond our comfort zone, we know from the Alumni of CSJ international projects such an experience brings an unprecedented sense of joy in the lives of young adults who witness for themselves the power of experience. 


The Alumni of this international project is exemplary in 'walking their talk'. Their commitment to making a difference in the world doesn't end when they come home.  These students, many of whom are now teachers,  choose to impact others locally and internationally. Some are now teaching, others are working in developing countries.  They are proud to live by the motto: 'Think globally, act locally'. They are now preaching what they practised in Africa. 

The Alumni who have embarked on this international project came home having lived incredible experiences and were incredibly touched by their journey abroad.The following are statements from alumni who traveled to Tanzania last year for their international project.

"J'éprouve une difficulté à décrire l'expérience sans écrire des romans, mais en deux mots: fantastique et inoubliable. Les connections créée avec les autres et mes expériences d'apprentissage me sont chères et m'ont fait grandirent en tant que personne." - Alex Schoeddert.

"My Tanzania experience was one of a lifetime where I was able to explore so many learning opportunities, such as improving my teaching strategies, hard work in team building, the importance of creating relationships with students and colleagues and so much about a whole new culture. The moment I stepped onto our Tanzanian grounds, I felt at home; everyone is so welcoming and wants you to be a part of their lives. Together as teachers with our students, I feel we built relationships that will last forever and the impacts will never be forgotten." - Ali Grant


We, as participants of 'Projet Afrique' will have earned much more than a degree upon completion of their university program.  We will leave Campus Saint-Jean with a life-transforming experience that will forever influence how we choose to impact the world they live in, professionally and personally.  

We are so looking forward to this new and exciting experience! 




As you have seen in our video, this project requires financial support and every donation is appreciated. 
Here is a breakdown of the expenses for the realization of this project. 




Further information about Project Abroad's money breakdown can be found at 
http://www.projects-abroad.ca/how-it-works/money-matters/




We're almost there! - Nous sommes presque là!

  Published on Friday, Mar. 18, 2016 at 01:02 AM (MST)

It's been a week since we started our campaign and we have already raised 81% of our goal! Remember, we still have 3 weeks left of our campaign, so there's lots of time to spread the word and include others in our journey. Thank you for all your support, let's keep the momentum going!

Nous avons commencé notre campagne il y a une semaine et nous avons déjà réussi 81% de notre cible! N'oubliez pas, nous avons encore 3 semaines qui nous restent, alors il y a beaucoup de temps de partager notre campagne et inclure les autres dans notre parcours. Merci pour tous votre support, nous compter sur vous de maintenir l'énergie de la campagne!


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