The Veolia Foundation's Student Solidarity Awards were presented on June 21 to three associations: Cordilleras for its project “In the Shadow of the Glaciers”, Impulso for the Impulso Ecuador agro-engineering program and Hum'am for the Djendoub'art project.
The first lockdown prompted numerous demonstrations of solidarity. Several players joined forces to implement an innovative system for distributing hygiene kits to the most disadvantaged people, along with solutions for access to water for people living in precarious conditions.
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, the re-emergence of cholera is a major public health problem. Numerous development players, including the Foundation, are addressing this issue by implementing an integrated strategy.
Since its creation in 2004, the Foundation has helped more than 1,500 projects and carried out nearly 200 skills missions. Find the project leaders and the countries where the projects are taking place.
After Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe in March 2019, the Veolia Foundation intervened. Together with the French Red Cross, Médecins Sans Frontières and Solidarités International, it mobilized by sending equipment and a dozen Veoliaforce experts.