Pauline comes from a family whose parents voluntarily refused to send their children to school. This had a profound effect on her childhood, especially when she watched with envy other toddlers going to school in her home village in Burkina Faso. It was from there that she forged her crazy dream of founding a school when she would grow up. Unfortunately, she was given in marriage much too early at 17 years old and had to emigrate to Ivory Coast following her husband. She first settled in Fresco as a fish seller before starting growing okra and eggplant in the village of Datta, 5 years ago.
She seeks the support of supporters to expand her eggplant plot and create a new rice field on one hectare.
Thanks to the fruits of her project, Pauline wishes to bring her small participation to the setting up of a school hut for the little ones of the village, in order to realize a little bit her childhood dream.