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Welcome to the Tabe Jeanne Foundation!

The Tabe Jeanne Foundation serves the weak and needy (the disabled, the poor, the hungry, the sick, the thirsty, the orphans, and all those left behind) in West Africa by providing them with opportunities that create hope, change, and a brighter future.

We believe in the power of giving to transform the lives of vulnerable people and communities. That's why we are committed to fundraising. Please help our Foundation better help disadvantaged groups in our one world. Thank you!

About Us

The Tabe Jeanne Foundation is a Benin-based non-profit that raises funds for a better, equitable, peaceful, inclusive and just West Africa. We initiate and implement actions in countries such as Ivory Coast, Benin, Senegal, Mali, Togo, Mauritania, Cape Verde, Nigeria, Niger, Burkina Faso and Ghana.

Our charity is registered with the Benin Ministry of the Interior under this number: 2020/275/MISP. We are non-denominational, non-discriminatory, apolitical, and pursue exclusively charitable purposes.


We provide investments and financial solutions to our own projects and programs that tackle today's pressing issues across West Africa, including but not limited to climate change, pandemics and NTDs, violence and conflict, extreme poverty, and water scarcity. We do this by creating strategic and sustainable frameworks for interaction and partnerships with finance companies, impact investors, fundraising consultants, global citizens, donors and philanthropic funders.


Our Vision

On the one hand, we envision a more livable, cohesive and resilient West Africa where every individual has the right to live a life filled with opportunities, support and dignity. On the other hand, we aspire to a world of sharing and caring with West Africa by means of partnerships, networking, and advocacy.




Rodrigue ADJASSIN: A PhD student, strategy analyst, project consultant and charity entrepreneur. Rodrigue is the founder and chairman of the Tabe Jeanne Foundation. He manages the Foundation's programs, projects and resources. 

Dr. Bernice BIAOU: Agricultural and food scientist. Bernice is the deputy chairwoman of the Tabe Jeanne Foundation. She is responsible for research matters and assists the chairman in managing the Foundation and its projects.

Evariste BATCHO: A teacher with a very valuable experience in learning impact evaluation. Evariste is the Tabe Jeanne Foundation's secretary general and he's in charge of monitoring and evaluation. 

Clovis AKOUESSOHOUNDE: A professional accountant. Clovis is the Tabe Jeanne Foundation's bookkeeper.

Serge NOUGBOGNONHOU: A chartered accountant with proven experience in the finance and banking sector. Serge is the internal auditor of the Tabe Jeanne Foundation. 

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