Fanny was born in a small village in the west of Cote d'Ivoire, Zikisso. In her community, women's education is not a priority, rather early and forced marriage. She was no exception to this rule. Fanny, who wanted to become a subprefect, now finds herself cultivating the land to support herself and take care of 4 children. Despite the advancing age and the hardship of work, Fanny, determined to send all her children to school, refuses to give up her dreams.
So she asked Seekewa for help to enlarge her plot to grow an additional 1 ha of maize.
With this income, she hopes to be able to send her children to school and open a cloth shop.