During the week, besides their practical training, the young people were also given the time to get to know each other: cooking together, a football match and some swimming in the Ouémé were the perfect recipe for a relaxed atmosphere, putting an end to mentions of group one and group two, and making more and more reference to “Nous sommes ensemble, ou bien?”.
Increasingly I heard talk of ideas on working together, until on one particular evening it was decided to set up an organisation. Once everyone had been able to present their own ideas a democratic decision was made on the name of the organisation. The OJEAB was born. The following evening there were similar democratic discussions regarding the logo and articles of association. Even to the extent that they took group three into consideration, who are to start their training in early February.