How was Geomoun born?

Since 2000, Geomoun has been supporting Timkatec, a children's home in Port-au-Prince that provides care, schooling and training for vulnerable children and youth. It all started in Haiti and Geomoun is now supporting other community development and child protection projects in other parts of the country, but also in Peru.

And because children's optimism is limitless, Geomoun has been developing educational activities aimed at giving children a voice since 2015, making them citizens of the world and fostering dialogue between cultures. The Le Son d'Enfants project allows children between the ages of 10 and 13 to produce radio programs on subjects that are close to their hearts. Belgian, Togolese, Beninese and Haitian children podcast their questions and research on the subjects studied, get to know each other and understand that the other side of the world can be both a source of difference and similarity.

Where does your money go?

Geomoun strives to keep management costs to a strict minimum so that your donations best serve the beneficiaries of our projects. In 2017, 83.1% of donations and subsidies directly financed our projects.

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How is Geomoun financed?

Our NGO accreditation gives us access to public funding. Belgian Development Cooperation, for example, finances a large part of our projects until the end of 2021 but in return requires that Geomoun itself raises 20% of the amount of the subsidy...

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Who are our beneficiaries?

The well-being of children is totally dependent on their environment, adults and state actors who are responsible for it, our projects take this into account!

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