people in the entire world don't have access to drinking water
of the world's plant species provide reproduction through bees
hectares of forest are lost annually in the world
Our associative partners were chosen for their commitment, the quality of their work, their altruism and responsible approach. Each one is very committed to a special cause and well implanted on a local territory.
For 15 years, the 1001fontaines NGO has developed a sustainable and innovative solution to solve the water crisis at a large scale. 1001fontaines has created more than 250 Water Kiosks run by local entrepreneurs to purify and deliver water to rural communities in Cambodia, Madagascar, Vietnam and Myanmar. 735 jobs have been created and 740,000 villagers have now access to safe drinking water.
Since 2008, 1001fontaines has decided to target the most vulnerable populations to water diseases: children. Thanks to donations, 278,000 children have access to clean water every day directly in school for free. Through its impact on health, education and the development of the local economy, 1001fontaines creates a virtuous circle that helps vulnerable populations to get out of poverty.
His ambition: to reach out 10 millions beneficiaries by the end of 2030.
Cœur de Forêt is a french non-profit association created in 2005. It has been working for over 10 years for the protection and enhancement of forests and the peoples who live there. On this project, Coeur de Forêt seeks to fight against the impoverishment of soil and water pollution in the region of Las Yungas in Bolivia. The association joins local producers in order to generate more viable and sustainable economic resources. The reintegration of hives, is anchored in this dynamic.
Cœur de Forêt is a french non-profit association created in 2005. It has been working for over 10 years for the protection and enhancement of forests and the peoples who live there. With its Antsirabe project, Coeur de Forêt fights against deforestation on the island of Madagascar, because of the disappearance of many species of medicinal plants. The association joins local producers to promote the diversification of crops and the transformation of plants into essential oils, in order to support the local economy.