Changing behavior: Other supported projects
Created in 2009, LP4Y helps young people ages 18 to 24 living in conditions of extreme poverty and exclusion in various countries find work through an 18-month entrepreneurial program. The sponsored project is LifeLine, developed to respond to issues affecting the city’s slum area by ensuring healthcare and improving living conditions.
Created in 1998, the Sport dans la Ville (Sports in the City) association promotes the social and professional insertion of young people from priority neighborhoods by creating sports centers and developing programs focusing on sports that help with their personal development. Sport & Nutrition is the program backed by the Roquette Foundation.
Created in 2000 to combat an outbreak of leprosy, Thien An Home II has broadened its scope of action to help ethnic minority populations find employment, while equipping them with the required knowledge (in terms of education, food, nutrition and health) and skills for a better life.
For twenty years, the Prev’Santé MEL association has worked toward improving the quality of life for patients suffering from diabetes, cardiovascular disease or obesity. The project supported by the Roquette Foundation aims to adapt therapeutic education programs and make them available to people with intellectual disabilities and obesity.