May 07, 2014
Too many women still die in the process of giving new life, yet most of these deaths could be prevented by improving access to health centers and better-trained, qualified and more numerous staff, especially in rural areas. The Sanofi Espoir Foundation supports in-the-field programs to ensure better access to healthcare for every mother and newborn child, with the aim of fighting more effectively against maternal and neonatal mortality.
December, 5th 2014
The Algerian Federation for the Disabled (FAPH), in partnership with the Sanofi Espoir Foundation and the Santé Sud Association, organized a meeting in Algiers on November 22 and 23 that brought together experts, including pediatricians and child psychiatrists on the theme of "Exchanging practices between perinatal professionals from both sides of the Mediterranean."
December, 2nd 2014
For the second consecutive year, we are pleased to announce the launch of the Midwives for Life Awards 2015 in order to reward projects led by midwives which aim to reduce maternal and neonatal mortality and improve the health of women and newborns in developing countries.
October 23rd, 2014
During the 46th Congress of International Society of Paediatric Oncology (SIOP) in Toronto – Canada, the Sanofi Espoir Foundation organized a symposium dedicated to “Access to Quality Care and Support in Resource-Constrained Settings”, in partnership with SIOP and the International Confederation of Childhood Cancer Parents Organizations (ICCCPO).
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