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The Vivons En Forme program (VIF or Let's Stay Fit) is implemented through the FLVS association
The actions and messages of the VIF program are organized around three points: a balanced, diversified, affordable and pleasant diet for families; regular daily exercise for everyone as part of everyday living; a local environment that encourages adopting these good habits.

The Roquette Foundation for Health supports the VIF program because it shares the goal of the FLVS association, which is to provide friendly, on-going support to families and children to encourage healthier behavior. 

To reach this goal, the VIF program is based on a positive approach that fits in with family reality and includes themed workshops for training local actors on how to change the behavior of parents and children to ensure healthier living. Teachers, lunchroom workers and supervisors are trained to provide good, simple advice that can be applied to everyday living.

In France, over 250 municipalities and municipal groups belong to the program.  Since 2005, the FLVS association has noted a decrease of overweight and obesity, in certain areas by 40% within seven years.

The program continuously diversifies its training offer to provide local actors with increasingly varied themes that reinforce the changes in the way children and families view nutrition.

project sheet
                                      Learn more about Vivons en forme
(French website)

Other supported projects



Created in 2008, the Digest Science Foundation is a French foundation in the public interest dedicated to research on digestive pathologies and nutrition. The sponsored project aims to identify the environmental causes of Crohn's disease.


Le Jardin Voyageur

Created in 1996, Le Jardin Voyageur is an association that transmits an enthusiasm for gardening to children, along with a discovery of fruits and vegetables, and educates their taste. The sponsored project concerns the program known as Vegetable Plates.

LP4Y (Life Project 4 Youth)

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 a nutritional snacks microbusiness in Mumbai.


Created in 2009, UniverScience aims to promote scientific and technical culture. Our Foundation supports this amusing and educational exhibition inspired by the best-selling book, "Gut: The Inside Story of Our Body’s Most Underrated Organ," by the Enders sisters. 

Contact: Anne Lambin
Head of the Roquette Foundation for Health
Phone : +33 3 21 63 36 00
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