Mois sans tabac 2022. En novembre, on arrête ensemble ! Rendez le 5 novembre à Courbevoie

Tobacco Free Month 2022. In November, we quit together! Meet on November 5 in Courbevoie

the occasion of the month without tobacco, was created around the ACTUME association a group made up of the Courbevoie Town Hall, the Souffle Ile-de-France Foundation, and theSavoir Sport Santé association in order to provide information on the risks of tobacco.

Read the results of the Gala November 5

Appointment not to be missed !

animation workshop Solidarity Gala for the benefit of the Tékane Community Pharmacy in Mauritania
Measurement of breath animated by:
Dr Jean-Michel GRAS, Fondation du Souffle and Dr Annick DI SCALA, the Savoir Sport Santé association : Saturday November 5 at Courbevoie event center (reception room). Consult the program : Solidarity dinner

Tobacco Free Month 2022

Consult the program : Solidarity dinner

[TECHFORGOOD] Hackadon édition 2022 – Les gagnants sont…

[TECHFORGOOD] Hackadon 2022 Edition – The Winners Are…

Each association will be followed by 4 to 5 student teams competing for 3 days !

On the occasion of the 7th anniversary of the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN, the solidarity company microDON in partnership with the EEMI (European School of Internet Professions), is organizing a “HACKADON” – a solidarity hackathon. For this new edition, more than 120 students with complementary specialties will mobilize to offer a technical solution (platform, application, etc.) to 6 associations that act for the Sustainable Development Goals.

A hackathon serving the general interest

microDON in partnership with the EEMI (European School of Internet Professions founded by Jacques-Antoine Granjon, Xavier Niel and Marc Simoncini) are organizing for the third time a "HACKADON" from September 13 to 16 at the Palais Brongniart.

+120 EMMI students show solidarity with 6 associations!

Following a call for projects, microDON and EEMI selected 6 projects with a positive impact in line with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Each association will be followed by 4 to 5 student teams competing for 3 days so as to be able to offer several avenues of innovative solutions. 

  • With Association Against Tuberculosis and Endemic Diseases (ACTUME) the challenge is to find a technical solution to optimize the daily management of the Tékane community pharmacy in Mauritania and thus support as many patients as possible.
  • With Electricians Without Borders it will be a matter of finding a solution capable of helping with the remote monitoring and impact assessment of its “Cafés Lumière”: multi-service energy platforms for rural populations forgotten about electrification strategies.
  • With Smart program  the challenge is to strengthen the digital advice tools of the Program to encourage families to take action on a daily basis and thus improve their nutritional practices. 
  • With Full Bowls the students will have to find a technical solution allowing the homeless and the most precarious to easily identify all the social services, associations, day center, emergency accommodation that accept and support their animals. 
  • With Earth & Humanism the objective is to enable the association to facilitate the monitoring and evaluation of the volunteer beneficiaries of the program “All VolonTerres” which is mainly aimed at young people who want to acquire the basic techniques of agroecology but who do not have the financial means to train.
  • Finally with For a Child's Smile, it will be a question of finding a solution to dematerialize and facilitate the promises of sponsorship during event operations. To finance its social missions, Pour un Sourire d'Enfant relies on the sponsorship of 8,500 committed donors over the long term.

Challenge of 24 teams divided by 5 to 6 students

6 winning teams

View the photo gallery

Defenses of the 24 teams

thanks to microDON and the EEMI for the organization.

Read the press release: Hackadon 2022 edition

[TECHFORGOOD] : microDON, l’EEMI et leurs partenaires lancent la 3ème édition du « HACKADON »

[TECHFORGOOD]: microDON, EEMI and their partners launch the 3rd edition of "HACKADON"

On the occasion of the 7th anniversary of the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN, the solidarity company microDON in partnership with the EEMI (European School of Internet Professions), is organizing a “HACKADON” – a solidarity hackathon. For this new edition, more than 120 students with complementary specialties will mobilize to offer a technical solution (platform, application, etc.) to 6 associations that act for the Sustainable Development Goals.

Inauguration de trois (3) projets solidaires à Tékane en Mauritanie

Inauguration of three (3) solidarity projects in Tékane in Mauritania

Press release – Tékane July 14, 2022

Ibirth of the Solar Pumping Plant, the Community Pharmacy and the Garden of Medicinal Plants in Tékane in Mauritania

  • 3 sister associations
  • 3 operations favoring the structuring of the local economy
  • A united village and actor of its own development

The Mauritanian diaspora like all those in the world has maintained a very strong link with its country of origin. Several solidarity actions are carried out by the latter, most of them anonymously. These actions are essential because they contribute to the development of the countries of the continent and the improvement of the well-being of the populations. The projects implemented affect practically all sectors of activity: health, agriculture, education, training, income-generating activities, etc.

3ème rencontre de l’Association Santé Tékane (AST) et l’association Association Contre la Tuberculose et les Maladies Endémiques (ACTUME) avec le Ministre de la Santé en Mauritanie

3rd meeting of the Tekane Health Association (AST) and the association Against Tuberculosis and Endemic Diseases (ACTUME) with the Minister of Health in Mauritania

Tékane will soon have its type A Health Center. The construction work of a building with a built-up area of 1,200 m2 is undergoing its final touches before the end of a construction site entirely financed by the mobilization and solidarity efforts of the citizens of the municipality, on a budget of 15 million MRU.

25 avril, journée mondiale de lutte contre le paludisme

April 25, World Malaria Day

Innovating to reduce the burden of malaria and save lives!

The theme for World Malaria Day 2022 will be “Innovate to reduce the burden of malaria and save lives”. No tool in the current palette will solve the malaria problem on its own. WHO calls for investment and innovation in finding new vector control approaches, new diagnostics, new antimalarial drugs and other tools to accelerate progress against this disease.

While the global malaria burden declined steadily between 2000 and 2015, progress has slowed or even stagnated in recent years, particularly in high-burden countries in sub-Saharan Africa. Urgent and concerted action is needed to put the world back on track to meet the 2030 targets of the Global Malaria Strategy of the WHO. 

Although preventable and treatable, malaria continues to have devastating consequences on the health and livelihoods of people around the world. In 2020, there were an estimated 241 million new cases of malaria and 627,000 malaria-related deaths in 85 countries. More than two-thirds of deaths were recorded among children under 5 living in the WHO African Region.

Source: innovating to reduce the burden of malaria (WHO)

Visio-conférence 25/04/22-Éradiquer le paludisme, c'est possible !
Appointment, April 25, 2022 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

To register click here


10:30 a.m.: Introduction by Youssouf Camara, Director General of the House of Africa

10:40 am-11:30 am: 3 simple and local solutions against malaria.

  • Artemisia herbal tea, a local and inexpensive herbal treatment / Lucile Cornet-Vernet, Founder.
  • MAIA,  the "ointment that really protects against mosquitoes" / Gerard Niyondiko, Co-founder.
  • Qista, Ecological mosquito trap / Stefania Juan, Export manager.

11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.: 4 business leaders testify:

  • Frank Eba, Managing Director of the Senegalese Sugar Company
  • Patrick Ogwang, Founder of Jena Herbals
  • Eric Maville, General Manager of Corporate Health
  • Baba Ndiaye, Honorary President of the Departmental Council of Kaolack (Senegal)

Followed by an exchange with the participants.

Be numerous to interact at this event.

Source: eradicating malaria is possible!

24 mars 2022 – Journée Mondiale de lutte contre la Tuberculose

March 24, 2022 – World Tuberculosis Day

Invest to end TB, save lives !

On March 24 of each year, we celebrate World Tuberculosis Day to raise awareness among the general public of the terrible health, social and economic consequences of this disease and to make greater efforts to end the disease. global tuberculosis epidemic.

It's the March 24, 1882 that the Dr Robert Koch announced to have discovered the bacillus responsible for tuberculosis, thus paving the way for the diagnosis and treatment of the disease. To find out more see: World Tuberculosis Day 2022

Consult the campagnes previous

Help! Looking for volunteers to play with little Gabriel

Gabriel – Come play with me!

Call for volunteers in Courbevoie and Nanterre

I'm 3 years old My name is Gabriel
Am affectionate and playful

My little game room during the week is in Courbevoie
In Ludéveil, 57 rue Victor Hugo
(parking available)

At the end of the afternoon and on weekends, my playroom is at home in Nanterre
By coming to play with me, you will help me get out of my bubble
Just love to play like a child

You will be invited to training in the 3i game by videoconference

If you can come play me call my mama at 06 45 42 27 00

Download: announces Gabriel

Contact :

Rapport d’activité 2021

Activity report 2021

Our 2021 activity report is online!
This year, for the first time, it is available in two formats:

  • a pdf format the full report, which can be viewed online or downloaded;
  • a digital version highlights, key figures and achievements, our partners, etc.

2021 was an exceptional year due to the pandemic context. Despite this difficult situation, the ACTUME association was able to carry out important actions.

We take this opportunity to sincerely thank all the natural and legal persons who have contributed to the various actions carried out.

Read our 2021 report

INVITATION – Extraordinary General Meeting in person or remotely
Saturday March 5, 2022 Time : 4 p.m.

  • In person (Health pass compulsory)
    Maison asso Le Millénaire,

    22 Millennium Walk,
    92400 Courbevoie
  • Or remotely :
    Link : EGM March 5, 2022


1. 2021 balance sheet and financial situation
2. Road book of the new team and program 2022
    Call for memberships 2022 online: membership form 2022
4. Miscellaneous

Your presence is highly desired.

L’équipe dirigeante : Conseil d’Administration

The management team: Board of Directors

Structures and governance

Below are the files of the members of the office and of the Board of Directors:

Oumar KANE

Oumar KANE, President

Oumar KANE, Head of Communication Projects at IBM France.

In parallel with my professional experience, I carry out solidarity activities.

I am the founder ofACTUME  (Association Against Tuberculosis and Endemic Diseases, created in November 2002.

I participate in the animation of the network LIGHTHOUSE - Staff with Disabilities and Corporate Responsibilities - IBM France and Hauts de Seine Success Networks Committee from LADAPT (Association for the social and professional integration of disabled people in France).

In addition, I have been participating in IBM's solidarity actions since 2011, in favor of the ACTUME association. They first made it possible to set up a digital communication plan, then the creation of the website of the said association, finally the technical study of the project of the Tékane community pharmacy in Mauritania.

Find out more, see my solidarity journey.

Constance BORDES

Constance BORDES, Vice-President

Constance BORDES, Strategic Mission for Marketing and Communication at IBM

I got to know the Association Against Tuberculosis and Endemic Diseases (ACTUME) through Oumar Kane who was one of the members of the team that I had the pleasure of leading for many years. He told me about his association, I found the project to be quite interesting and touching.

In addition, this association operates in Mauritania, a country that I have the chance to know. I got involved in this project by making the team do solidarity days during three years. Each of us, we give a day of our work to work on an association including ACTUME, then I also participated in the 2014 health caravan if my memories are good. I went there where I worked more on the logistics aspect, supporting doctors, and I also did the photo and video reporting aspects.

Find out more: Solidarity with ACTUME

Patrick PECOT

Mr. Patrick PECOT, Administrator

Patrick PECOT

Retired Humanitarian Committed spent 7.5 years in the management ofNGO Hamap as Director and Secretary General (end of 06/2021).

  • Member of the NGO ELAN (Madagascar) - School 70 children funded for their entire schooling.
  • Active member of BIP Humanitaire - 7.5 million Covid masks distributed in 2021 in various countries in Africa, Asia and the Caribbean.
  • Lead a associative radio in Rouen (HDR Radio)
  • General engineer and computer engineer
  • Business organization consultant - in activity: Management, IT, Econometrics and Security of the information system.
  • Management in the private and public sectors. Has been a director of IT groups and a public establishment for a few years (INPI / OEB - Patents)
  • Trainer in various fields for elected officials (political good - mayors, regional councilors, deputies, etc.).
Jean-Philippe RYKIEL

Jean-Philippe RYKIEL, Administrator

Jean-Philippe RYKIEL, Singer composer

It is following two articles that I had written in the early 2010s, on my encounters, at the age of fourteen and in the same week, with Stevie Wonder and Franck Zappa, that my friend Gérald Athanase suggested to me to ensure that these documents, which he found exceptional, do not fall into oblivion because of the permanent demand for "fresh" news driven by Facebook on which I have them had originally posted (good luck to anyone who wants to find them today, buried under mountains of other publications!).

I have had the privilege, during my life, to meet a large number of exceptional beings, and to be able to testify to events, places, cultures and people whose visibility is low, or even non-existent on the Web. Learn more consult my biography


Sabine DELONGEAS, Administrator

Sabine DELONGEAS, Computer scientist

IT project manager in pre-retirement, I am embarking on the creation of a bicycle rental and repair company in the Lot et Garonne.

Present since 2005 with ACTUME, I went to several times in Tekane in order to support Oumar Kane and support him in various activities: setting up financing files, accounting monitoring, communication, video reporting, etc.

Less present in recent years for professional reasons, I support the team and this project which is close to my heart and which I have had the pleasure of initiating and following for all these years.

Mr. Alban SANZ, Administrator

Alban SANZ, Business Design Consultant

Volunteers at ACTUME since 2017.

Passionate about reading, I am the webmaster of sites devoted to literature:

I worked as a tutor with an association dealing with unemployed young people to give them courses on the development of a CV and cover letters based on targeted research. Read : CVAlbanSANZ

M. Jean-Michel GOYARD

Mr. Jean-Michel GOYARD, Administrator

Jean-Michel GOYARD

I got to know ACTUME in 2010, after my humanitarian mission "Corporate Service Corps" in Viétman through Oumar KANE. Convinced of the human cause, without hesitation I joined the association ...

Engineer by training (CNAM), I led my career in oil companies (SHELL, ELF) in exploration then at IBM where I managed international outsourcing contracts in more than 80 countries on all continents. Passionate about human adventures, I actively participate in humanitarian actions in Africa within several NGOs including ACTUME.

I am a member of Rotary International, very involved in youth training actions.

Ousseynou KANE, Head of the Le Havre branch

Ousseynou KANE, Trainer and OFII referent at the FODENO Le Havre training center.

ACTUME, I have known her for over 15 years. Its president, Oumar KANE and a national of the same village, impressed me with the humanitarian work he is carrying out in the direction of needy populations in terms of access to health rights.

In addition, the projects carried by actume are a perfect illustration of North / South cooperation. I saw in this structure a bridge connecting two banks on which we convey hope and when we say hope we say life.

After discussion with Mr KANE Oumar, an ACTUME branch was created in 2016 in Le Havre SEINE MARITME REGION OF NORMANDY composed of 7 members.

Ibrahima ANNE, Secretary General

Ibrahima ANNE

With an economist and entrepreneurial background, I have been involved in international solidarity activities for a few years, as a project or mission manager.

Coach and trainer of international solidarity project leaders, and fundraising research, I have participated in many structures on reflections in the field of ecsi and solidarity which are subjects that interest me a lot.

Actume member since its creation, it is always an honor to bring expertise to this association which is close to my heart. As a project manager, I will always work to enrich actume's reflection on its projects.

Oumar DIAGNE, Deputy Secretary General

Oumar DIAGNE, Lawyer & writer

I was born on the banks of the Senegal River where I spent happy days. My childhood was marked by the atmosphere and solidarity that reigned in my village, Tékane. These beautiful memories have never left my mind and mark my entire life.

After my primary studies in Tékane, I went to Rosso in order to continue my secondary studies before going to learn law at the university in Algeria.

After Algiers, I returned to Mauritania and teach at the National School of Social and Administrative Training (ENFACOS) of Nouakchott, Then, I was seconded to the Ministry of the Civil Service to the Minister's adviser before being appointed head of service studies and litigation, at the level of the management of the Public Service.

Racial events in 1989 forced me to leave Mauritania for France where I worked in the social and humanitarian sector before plunging into the world of books. I also studied social economy and computer science in France. For more information, see: CVOumarDIAGNE

Ousmane M. KANE, Administrator

Ousmane Mamadou KANE, residence manager at adoma-CDC Habitat

I was born in Tekane. I also grew up in this village. When we were young, it was teeming with life. We were divided into different age groups. Each group tried to do better than the others. Our elders had taught us to be of service to the community. This is how since my early childhood, I have participated in community life. After Tékane, I continued my secondary studies at the Lycée de Rosso, then university at the Higher Scientific Institute of Nouakchott from where I obtained a Master's degree in Renewable Energies in 1990. After two years of uncertainty, I was admitted to the AGRHYMET sub-regional center in NIAMEY in Niger where I obtained a degree in hydrological engineering.

Upon my return, I joined the Hydrology Service within the Department of the Environment and Rural Development attached to the Ministry of Rural Development. I was in charge of managing the hydrological database.

I arrived in France on December 15, 2000. I did several jobs. Currently, I am responsible for residence at adoma - CDC Habitat. We manage hostels for FTM migrant workers and social residences.

When ACTUME was created, I naturally joined the project. Because it was an extension of what I was already doing, in Mauritania for, Tékane. Along with my commitment to ACTUME, I am the secretary general of the Association of TORO nationals in France (ART), which has more than 300 members. This association aims to pool forces and takes care of the repatriation of its members in the event of death to their country of origin.

Thierno Ousmane SY, Administrator

Thierno Ousmane SY, Social worker

I was born in Mederdra in 1970. The first hours of my youth were spent in R'kiz. I landed in Tékane, my father's native village at the age of 11 when my whole family came back to settle there permanently after my father's retirement.

It was in Tékane that I completed my primary schooling. My secondary studies, I did them in Rosso, regional capital of Trarza. This city is located in the South of Mauritania on the banks of the Senegal River.

After obtaining the Bac in Modern Letters, I joined Nouakchott, the capital of the country, to continue my university studies. Thus, I enrolled in the Faculty of Legal and Economic Sciences where I obtained a Master in Private Law in 1998.

The end of this course in Mauritania was followed by a two-year break, punctuated by short professional experiences in law firms and NGOs. Following this journey, I chose the path of exile to France where I have lived since the year 2000. I currently practice my profession in a shelter as a social worker. A job that gives me real fulfillment. Being a Social Worker, my commitment to ACTUME fits perfectly with my professional activities.

I support the projects of the ACTUME Association since its installation in Île de France in 2011. I participated in the wide range of activities of the association.

Being from the area of primary intervention of this organization, the idea of providing continuous and effective support for the benefit of a completely abandoned population in a medical desert and without resources could not leave me indifferent. This initiative is now bearing fruit and tangible results, anchored in the social environment of this area, as well as in the consciences of its inhabitants. Also, ACTUME is an association that develops in addition to its projects, the opening of hearts so that each human being finds his place within the community, including those who feel marginalized. All these elements have fueled my motivation and continued commitment.

Mariam KANE, Administrator

Mariam KANE 

 "In life, to be happy, it suffices to be useful to society to relieve the pain of the most deprived".

My name is Mariam Kane. I was born in Tékane and did my primary studies there. My secondary studies, I conducted them in Nouakchott. Then, I went to Dakar and Thiès, in Senegal, in order to follow studies of management secretariat.

I worked for ten years at Air Afrique, a pan-African company, the largest on the African continent, at the time.

Marriage landed me in France. After the 1989 riots in Mauritania, which saw thousands of Negro-Africans humiliated, tortured, imprisoned, murdered, deported, etc., I decided to get involved in associative and political activism.

I am the President of an association of Mauritanian women of the river (AFMAF). In our activities, we have accompanied the Mauritanian deportees in Mali and Senegal as well as widows and orphans, in Mauritania and elsewhere, thanks to our own resources and the help of partners. I also participate in other solidarity associations. The commitment within ACTUME was therefore natural. 

Mamadou Niang, Administrator

Mamadou NNIANG, IT Engineer / Salesforce Technical Lead at Wonderbox 

Leaving Paris Descartes in 2005 with a background in computer engineering and more specifically in Computer Methods Applied to Business Management MIAGE. I started my professional career in 2006 as a web developer consultant, then technical project manager. As a developer, technical referent and Salesforce Team Lead, my current position.

I am a member of several associations including ACTUME, which I have known, which I have supported since its establishment in the Paris region and of which I am currently the treasurer.

I grew up being very imbued with the associative world and solidarity actions, in particular in Tékane where I did my primary studies and where community and solidarity life is deeply rooted. 

To know more. On my professional career:

Structures and governance