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Fives enables its staff to get involved in humanitarian projects

 

As a part of its sustainable development policy, Fives offers its staff a chance to actively participate in humanitarian projects.

The Group has established partnerships with two Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs): Planète Urgence (www.planete-urgence.org) and Projects Abroad (www.projects-abroad.fr), which offer Fives employees the opportunity to get involved in international humanitarian and sustainable development missions. Employees therefore have the chance to take part in the fight against inequalities and the protection of the environment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

On joint-investment basis, employees offer their skills and their time (short-term leave of 2 or 3 weeks) to carry out a humanitarian mission funded by Fives.

This initiative has met with resounding success. To read the volunteers’ testimonials, click on one of the missions listed below:

 

Frédéric GLODKOWSKI - Inventorying of animal species in Waza National Park (Cameroon)

Vincent HEYRAUD - Office software training for Dalits in Pondichery (India)

Régis DIDELOT - Office software training in Dakar (Senegal)

Karine DUCASTEL - Enhancing and promoting scientific education (Madagascar)

Thierry MERIENNE - Training teachers and shop foremen in a Technical Education Centre in Natitingou (Benin)

Laurent BLASSIAU - French language school support in Tanguieta (Benin)

Philippe JACQUIER - Setting up of ecotouristic tours to promote Tata Somba dwellings (Benin)

Pascal POTTIER - Performing a socio-economic study and surveying the needs of village residents in the Benoue National Park (Cameroon)

Anne Laure HARLEPP - Supporting an orphanage in Phnom Penh (Cambodia)

Perrine DUPONT - Accountancy training (Cameroon)

David MONTENEGRO - Manning a community center for talibé street children in Saint Louis (Senegal)

Anne Laure BOIRA: Teaching French in a Public High School in Cordoba (Argentina)

Romain HOUOT: Providing classroom support and socio-educational coordination at a kindergarten in Tanguieta (Benin).

 

 

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