Knowledge Transfer: the essence of our project.
Our objective is to learn from others, transfer their expertise to our community and to spread this knowledge as much as we can.
Our field missions:
08/10/2020 – 18/10/2020
Maëlle & Anaïs
During this mission, we collaborated with two NGOs: ECUASOL and Trésor de Nature.
Our work with Ecuasol consisted in tutoring the children as well as helping them with their future career.
It allowed us to better understand the Educational issues brought by the pandemic in developing countries and compare it to developed countries. We also reflected upon the possible solutions and identified a real need for cooperation and national as well as international support.
Our work with Trésor de Nature consisted in assisting the NGO with their agroforestery system (planting, working on sustainable construction…).
We developed a better understanding of the agricultural system in Ecuador and potential long-term solutions.
21/01/2021 – 20/04/2021
Maëlle, Anaïs, Blanche
During this mission we are collaborating with the NGO A.N.G.E. This NGO welcomes homeless children and provide them with an education.
Our mission there consists in assessing the repercussions from Covid for ANGE, raising awareness through plaidoyers. Children living in the streets is a huge issue in Togo. Saving children from the streets is crucial, and the workings of Ange have been impacted by the global pandemic. We are developing a program to assess and cope with these observed and yet to come repercussions.
We are supporting the Lomé orphanage center, and help develop a new center in Tchekpo. Daily necessities include running an after-school teaching program, while entertaining the children and ensuring their mental health.
20/10/2021 – 28/11/2021
Noe & Maria
After nearly two months with Hilo Rojo, our adventure is coming to an end! We were happy to interact and evolve with the Peruvian “mamas”, courageous women with many stories and different backgrounds.
Our mission also expanded as we were able to participate in the education of children. Although Peru is a country of wonders, there is still a lot to be done in the area of social development.
For us, the amazement of every mom and child when we allowed them to discover new perspectives is what we are most proud of and what has motivated us every day to give the best of ourselves.
MEXICO - PANAMA
04/11/2021 – 15/12/2021
After 1500km of traveling Mexico on our bicycles, we finally reach Guatemala !!
After a brief break in the friendly town of Jonuta due to a fever that weakened one of the team members, we set off for the famous Mayan city, Palenque.
Two days of cycling, 300 mosquito bites and a night on a ranch among pigs later, we are forced to take another break in Palenque. This time, we’ve got some things to worry about and we hang out through the Mayan ruins in search of hidden Jade Stones.
Once fully recovered, we tackle …
Our awareness missions:
Université Paris DAUPHINE.
Université Paris Dauphine – PARIS
We discussed the potential solutions for a long-term economic recovery. We organised a debate with the students to try and identify the potential sustainable innovations that could be developed.
Anais, co-founder of Econogy, and Noe, Head of Research, were featured on the King’s Think Tank podcast series “The Policy Plug”. They discussed and explored various issues related to the enforcement of sustainable development objectives. This episode also formally introduces the new partnership between King’s Think Tank and Econogy Project! 🌿 If you haven’t had a chance to listen to this podcast yet, you can find it here.
Thank you @kingsthinktank for having us and we look forward to working with you! 🎧
In March 2021, FURITY gave us the chance to present our project to their community. In this podcast, we talked about the development of our project, our mission in Ecuador, and the conclusions we drew from our experiences. If you haven’t had a chance to listen to it yet, you can find it here.
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