U.S. Embassy provides donation to Chadian school for special needs children

DCM Joyce Namde receives tour from school director

N’Djamena (19 May 2017): At an informal visit to Special Education Center for Children (CESER) located in N’Djamena, Deputy Chief of Mission Joyce W. Namde and multiple U.S. Military representatives donated wood pallets to assist CESER. The school will utilize these pallets for various projects that will provide the operational funding needed to continue to assist special needs children in the city of N’Djamena.

Pallets provided to CESER

Deputy Chief of Mission noted that the United States is committed to organizations like CESER that help reduce abuse and violent acts against children living with disabilities. She also thanked the school director Adoumkidjim Naiban for his efforts and for the tour of the school.


School director Mr Naiban with student in the sewing room

The pallets provided to the CESER instructors, gives the ability to teach students valuable life skills. These skills will assist children and young adults with disabilities the opportunity to live a more normal life.

Candy provided to students at CESER


U.S. military service members dance with students