This is a project that would serve to promote reading in the children from Equatorial Guinea, ability that IMEGE considers crucial for education.
Some people use the term empowerment, to describe the empowerment of women, we believe that it should be called investing, because only investing in women to reach their potential will enable both girls and even men in our society to be equally driven and get the best of them.
Every action we take to improve women's access to equal opportunities at work, access to education and every step we take to eliminate discrimination and gender-based violence benefits our families and communities in particular and the country in general.
As our ideal says; "He who educates a woman educates a generation."
Education is important to our development to the extent that we have a better educational level we will be better prepared to raise higher goals and achieve them. These goals can be oriented towards a better performance of our capacities in the different spaces in which we find ourselves, whether at work, in the family or in our community.
Only educating the woman will be better prepared to take care of herself and to guide her family, when created.
Education begins in the family and there are parents and mothers who create in the first place the bases for the harmonious development of children.
Subsequently, the school, through teachers, continues, integrates and expands the educational process that begins in the family and is one of the most important means to build a culture.
Education transforms our values and attitudes and contributes to broaden our horizons, options and perspectives of life. It is the main way that economically and socially marginalized adults and minors can get out of poverty and fully participate in their communities”
When people are educated, they are concerned about continuing to train, improving the economic, cultural and social development of people. People can then improve their living standard by managing, processing and striving to achieve support for production, job creation, growth and maintenance of agricultural and communication infrastructure, as well as the existence of health and education services.
From this point of view; It is important to invest time, resources and energy in educating the Equato-guinean women by constituting more than 65% of the population of our country according to the statistics, which shows that educating this mass would boost a great increase in their level of participation in both The economy and society.