The Budapest-Bamako Rally, Africa’s largest charity road race is committed to building schools, digging wells and helping communities around West Africa.
Help us reach our goal to build a rural school in central Guinea-Bissau in 2012. This poor West African nation has a 60% illiteracy rate. This rate can be as high as 80-90% in some rural areas.
A village school can not only teach boys and girls elementary math and literacy skills, but can also save them from being day laborers, which is a common problem in this part of the world.
In addition to building a school outside the town of Gabu, we’re planning on digging a well so children can perform their chore of fetching water after school without having to walk long distances.
Be a part of this great project and help us change the world one school at a time.