We see this as our task. A task, which we fulfill by helping women and the youth who live in extreme poverty. We support them with entrepreneurial projects, which in turn create jobs. While doing so, we are aiming to establish the projects so that they can carry themselves after a certain period of time and become independent from grants and donations.
Our Mission: We want people to generate income with their work and lead independent and dignified lives. That is our goal.
In Wolof, a West African Tribal language, Sabab Lou means “what one must do in order to reach one’s goal”.
Together with our Gambian partner organization, the Rural Development Organization (RDO), we’re launching a new work and training project for unemployed youth and returned migrants in the Gambia. The project aims to offer young people with a long-term income in agriculture.