Lemaplan International

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We believe that everyone is important and that everyone deserves a good life.

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Lema Plan International

Where and how we work

Lema Plan International is a Suisse association that was founded and registered in the canton of Neuchatel. Lema Plan International has been working tirelessly since 2017 to ensure that children and women in developing countries have access to quality education.

about us

Lema plan international is a Sussie association that was founded and registered in the canton of Neuchatel. Lema Plan International has been working tirelessly since 2017 to ensure that children and women in developing countries have access to quality education.


Issues Facing Children’s Education In Africa

Education in Africa faces various challenges that impact children’s access to quality learning. Some of the key issues include; Limited Access to education as many children in Africa still lack access to basic education due to factors such as poverty. Economic challenges often force families to prioritize immediate needs over education. Children from impoverished backgrounds usually work or help with household chores instead of attending school.

Our Plan

All donations will go toward three major issues: education, food, and health. Our project works with African children who are in or should be in school, and we’ve had great success.


would you like detailed information about our work in switzerland, Nigeria and togo? click on the projects below to learn more.


We can work together to achieve this goal as a corporate body that shares the same values or has an interest in positively impacting society while also uplifting the organisation.


Through the provision of quality education in developing countries, we continue to work to empower and improve the lives of deprived children and women.


We are always open to collaborating with public institutions in order to raise awareness and promote advocacy as we work towards our organisational goal.

small efforts make big change

no one has ever become poor by giving

"I am a 10-year-old girl and I live alone with my mom. I school at EPP Adetikope here in Lome. We have been living happily because my mother tries her best but her business is not making life easy for us. We have to work very hard to find something to eat. I have been sent home several times because my mom couldn't pay my fees. I have a dream to become a doctor someday, but I have to go through school first. We have a lot of children here who go through similar situations. I want to sincerely thank Lema Plan International for their gifts to us the lucky ones to benefit today, now I am very happy to be one of them. Thanks to all the donors and I beg you to keep giving to help us go through school".
Gloria Sedro
Gloria Sedro
"I am Emmanuel and I am 11 years old. My mother is a trader and my dad is a security guard at a small company. My biggest challenge is being able to buy books and other materials needed by the school, most terms I do have just one school uniform. My mom is the major contributor to the house because my dad can be owed for some months before being paid. We have been managing to make ends meet. I was once kicked out of school because my parents couldn't buy me books. I won't blame the teachers for kicking me out of school because of books, I know that without the books, it makes their work more difficult. I hardly do assignments given in the class because I dont have the reading textbooks and workbooks for the assignment. I plan to become a mechanical engineer in the future. I want to especially thank Lema Plan International for these donations and I am lucky to be one of the beneficiaries. I do promise to make them proud".
Emmanuel Machelli
Emmanuel Machelli

"After losing my father, Lema Plan International saved me from dropping out of school. My life had been shattered, and my mother was struggling. I was overjoyed to learn that my school fees had been covered. I consider myself fortunate to have been given this opportunity. It transformed my life and gave me hope.

chinwe abali

"I had always wanted to volunteer and make a difference, so I identified Lema Plan International and decided to participate in one of their programmes on International Girl Child Day. It was an amazing experience. We were able to educate the girls on menstrual hygiene management as a team, and the girls were very pleased with the quality of the training and its informative nature, they also received free sanitary pads. The LPI awarded me a volunteer certificate.

Lilian Nwachukwu

"Imagine our African communities without the assistance of NGOs like Lema Plan International. Where would we be today? My wife and I were both unemployed. We were surviving on the little we had with our four children before the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown went into effect. We are extremely grateful to LPI for coming to our aid during those extremely difficult days.

Paul Nwachukwu
Paul Obialor


In order to achieve our goals, we always try to involve some partners who share similar or the same values in order to help every single child acquire a quality education, and be protected from social vices, street hawking, and so on. These partners could be small and medium-sized businesses or large corporations that want to have a positive impact on society.


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