While continuing his rehabilitation after a ligament rupture, Jeff-Reine Adelaide paid a check in the amount of 25,000 euros to finance a school in favor of 500 children who do not yet have one.
Jeff-Reine Adelaide is a footballer with a big heart. On April 16, the captain of the France Espoirs team and midfielder of OGC Nice, who is continuing his rehabilitation, handed over a check for 25,000 euros to the PARTNERS association in order to complete the financing of the construction of ‘a school in Balaka, Malawi. Rather than traveling 10 kilometers per day, round trip, to reach the nearest school, more than 500 children will now have their own, close to home, and benefit from quality schooling from the next school year. , in September 2021.
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“I was immediately touched by this project because it is unthinkable for me that children walk 10 km every day to go to class, he said. them a better future, that’s why I wanted to contribute. It’s a lot of emotion and an honor for me. PARTNERS has proven its worth for many years around the world, helping to improve the conditions of life of tens of thousands of people. I am proud to be involved alongside this wonderful association and its big-hearted volunteers. “
Jeff-Reine Adélaïde promises to support other humanitarian projects in the future, some donations are even already planned: “The next one will concern Martinique where my roots are and for which I want to make myself useful, announces the footballer. I also reflect. how to invest myself concretely in metropolitan France for children who do not have the chance to have the life that everyone should have. ” Victim of a ligament rupture in the knee during Monaco-Nice, JRA underwent surgery in February. So in Lyon, in December 2019, Reine-Adélaïde had an identical injury, but in the right knee, which deprived him of competition for eight months.