The African Organization for Education and Culture (OAPEC) is renovating the front of the administrative block of the Protestant college of Agbalepedogan in Lomé.
This time it is not a question of giving scholarships to students, nor of donating teaching materials to schools. But a gesture that is in line with its actions for the promotion of education.
Indeed, OAPEC, a non-governmental organization, is carrying out a paving project within the grounds of the Protestant college of Agbalepodan in Lomé. Objective, to make the learning environment for students more pleasant through the improvement of school infrastructure.
The choice of this establishment was not fortuitous, as Lequotidien228 points out: “Furthermore, this action is explained by the close link that exists between the OAPEC and the Protestant College. Indeed, the majority of scholarship students from the NGO who are in Morocco and Switzerland come from the Protestant colleges of Lomé Agbalepedogan, Tokoin and Kpalimé”.
The African Organization for Education and Culture, an apolitical organization of a social, cultural nature and with variable capital, whose headquarters are in Lomé with branches in Benin, Niger, Mali, Burkina Faso, Côte d Ivoire and Gabon, helps to facilitate school education for children.
The promotion of academic excellence, research and funding for higher education scholarships, the promotion of technological tools in the education sector, are his favorite areas.