Les Comptoirs de l'Azalai


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A FAIR SHARE FOR EVERYBODY

TAOUDENI! The prison camps don’t exist anymore.
The miner’s village is always there, moving along following the mine extraction.
The work in the mines has always been difficult.
Taoudeni is no exception.
The place is lacking even the most rudimentary comfort.
The miners live in shacks made out of salt blocks.
They live poorly, and work twelve hours a day.
They’re short of everything, even fresh water; the nearest well is about twenty kilometres away.

It is because of this situation that "Comptoirs de l’Azalaï" has decided to reverse part of the sale of the Azalaï salt to the improvement of living conditions for the salt miners, and we have decided that a part of each box’s selling price to be used for medication, working clothes, food, hand powered torches etc... dispatched directly to them by the Timbuktu guides.

In order that the Azalaï salt also have a taste of humanitarian aid!






     
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