We pretend to raise enough money to ensure school books for the primary school classes of Humberto Braima Sambu School, It's unusual the existence of supporting material during the classes, essentially because of the lack of money.Guinea-Bissau is a wonderful ountry. I am in love with its lovely people, the children who fill us with love and the constant happiness that everyone gives us. But unfortunately, it's a country that faces a lot of needs, such as education. I have experienced situations that made me wonder how lucky I'm to be born in Portugal and to have access to education in such an easy way. We are lucky, and so often we forget this. It's difficult to learn in Guinea-Bissau, whether due to constant strikes, lack of material / conditions or the family / cultural situation that does not allow the child to attend school. I had the opportunity to visit Guinea-Bissau in October 2018 through a volunteer project. For a month, I taught along with a teacher in the 3rd grade class, at Humberto Braima Sambu School. I eventually returned at the beginning of 2019 and, once again, stayed for a month. At the school where I volunteered, there are no glass on the windows, the floor has holes, the board is erased with a single sponge that is divided between six classes, and the chalk lasts until the nails scrape the board. Many students arrive without the necessary materials, and those who have textbooks are rare, because the student's parents are unable to afford it. In my opinion, here begins one of the biggest problems. There are less than 7 school books for a class of 40 students, so the teacher has to to write the texts, the exercises, the drawings, all on the board. And the students write it on their notebooks with many errors. So much time is wasted and this loss can be avoided if there are textbooks that facilitate this process. The consequence of this delay results, for example, in an excessive number of students who start the 3rd year without knowing how to read and write in Portuguese. Thus, this campaign is born, whose main objective is essentially to significantly improve the teacher's work and the students' performance. Although it's a small step in a problem that involves so many other issues, I believe that with these small actions we can make a difference. And so, I also believe that every contribution, however small, will already make a difference in these children's education.