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190 Participating schools
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Bandia Nature Reserve

The Bandia Reserve is a reserve for wild animals living in semi-liberty in Senegal. It's named after the village where it's located, inhabited by the Serer people (one of Senegal's ethnic groups). Located in a protected forest, it is one of the first private reserves in the country. Covering 3,500 hectares, the Bandia Reserve is a natural park of which 2,000 hectares is a reserve. The 1,500 ha that are exploited contain a wide range of animal species. In addition to wild animals, there are many plant species, such as baobabs and thorn trees.

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Orange Foundation Digital Schools, supporting education for the underprivileged

To combat educational inequalities around the world, the Orange Foundation has come up with a scheme to help schools in need of books and digital equipment. The aim? To provide digital access to education for children who do not have access to books or the Internet, to ensure real equality of opportunities.

In concrete terms, with the Digital Schools program, we equip schools with digital kits comprising tablets, computers, video projectors and educational content (lessons, educational games, videos, digital books, etc.) that can be accessed even without an Internet connection. Today, 1,200 schools are equipped and over 500,000 students are supported every year in 18 countries.

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