Partage et Solidarité is an Alsatian NGO created in 1990 and made up entirely of volunteers. Its main objective is to bring help to children whose fundamental rights are not assured. Since 2009, about 200 children and students living in Tananarive or Port Bergé are sponsored by the association. The objectives of the sponsorship are: the fight against malnutrition, access to schooling and medical care. Today, the health care offer for the population in great precariousness of Port Bergé is seriously deficient. The public hospital, which is a bit out of the way, is in a state of great decrepitude and totally lacking in equipment. The population has recourse to private care only as a last resort, notably because of the financial problem. The Sisters have at heart to offer a local welcome and quality care in a relationship of trust with the population, while developing the partnership between the structures according to their skills.
Based in Ivory Coast, the association Marg'EAU works daily to improve living conditions and access to water for communities.
Marg'EAU can count on volunteers like Françoise Attioua and Adèle Kouassi, as well as its president, Dalila Bourriez. In the past, they have carried out several actions in a school in Abidjan. For example, the installation of safety barriers and speed bumps in front of the school, to protect the crossing of children.
In 2021, the association has launched a new project that is vital to the daily lives of schoolchildren: access to water. Until then, there was no connection to the network. With a total of 650 students - and sometimes 130 per class - such an arrangement had become essential.
The Tercio de Extranjeros Foundation is a national non-profit organization whose principles of action are inspired by the values of comradeship, loyalty and solidarity that are part of the essence of the armed forces in general and the Legion in particular. In accordance with these principles, the objectives of the Foundation are the social promotion of those who, having served in the ranks of the Legion, are currently destitute, uprooted, without family or simply homeless. Secondly, the promotion of educational, cultural and sports activities to facilitate the social and professional integration of the personnel linked to the institution. And finally, the institutional strengthening by seeking to preserve the historical memory of the Legion.
Sri Lanka is facing the worst economic crisis in its post-independence history in any sector. The entire population is affected by this crisis, which has resulted in a food crisis due to shortages of essential commodities. Generally, it is women who are the most impacted because they must continue their search for income while suffering the consequences (including domestic violence) of the frustrations of hunger, fears and uncertainties of their entourage regarding the future.