PagaBags, an association supported by the Veolia Foundation, is taking up a new challenge by enabling some forty women from Burkina Faso to gain access to complementary health insurance. Having developed a commercial activity based on the reuse of recycled plastics, this solidarity and international cooperation NGO once again serves the families of Burkina Faso.Less than 10% of the population have social protection in Burkina Faso. Among the most vulnerable are women, some of whom are followed by the Pagabags association. This NGO, which has received support from the Veolia Foundation twice, is located in a suburb of Ouagadougou. It has succeeded in getting garbage collectors, especially plastic bag collectors, and weavers and seamstresses to work together and developing a commercial activity creating fashion accessories from recycled plastics in just a few months.