Ajara is located in the borders of Benin Republic and Nigeria. It is a vast territory that comprises scores of villages, such as Zinvie, Vetho, Gamathen, Aggelaso, Agathangba, Hejannawa, and Dokoh, to mention a few. These villages are collectively known as Ajara. Their native language is Fon, Gu, or Gugbe. However, they also speak the colonial languages of English and French.
Forced by crushing poverty, they sell their lands. They have been dispossessed by the rich, who come from both sides of the border to take advantage of the Ajaran people's poverty. Many children in Ajara are happy to get one meal on any given day.
Though faced with many challenges, the people of Ajara are hungry for an education. They need resources. A library will go a long way in helping them. You can help by supporting this library project.