Milly Mamoudou Foundation in the Netherlands, ONG Sarinka in Guinea

Milly Mamoudou is a private foundation. The Guinean Mangué Camara and the Dutch Alice Scholing have taken this initiative. Formally established and registered with the Netherlands Chamber of Commerce in 2004.

Mangué Camara died unfortunately very unexpectedly June 12, 2006 at the age of 47.
He informed and taught us about the tradition and culture in his country. That he no longer is, is a great loss, but his dream in mind, we continue the activities of the Foundation.

In 2009 ONG Sarinka was officially registered with the “ Ministere de l’ Administration du Territoire et des Affaires Politiques.

Objectives of the Foundation
Create employment so that by the end of 2013 the started projects can run independent.

Within the ONG a number of different projects were started:

  • Agriculture Project started in February 2009
  • Children’ s Project started in May 2009
  • Telecentre started in May 2010
  • Multifunctional Center opened in February 2011
  • Holiday Park opened in February 2011
  • Optics starting in November 2011
  • Women Project in preparation

The ONG is located on the main road Coyah – Kindia, in the villages Batouyah – Laminiyah. The multifunctional Center with Holiday Park is situated after “ l’ usine Eau de Coyah” on your right.
Especially this park is an wonderful place to relax on weekends or for a multiple day seminar, to give a cultural evening or wedding. Much is possible in the large building.
The houses, which are lovely by the river Sarinka have running water and electricity on solar panels.