• read Launch of the “Connecting Midwives” website, dedicated to midwives throughout the world
  • read activity report 2012-2013 of the foundation

Thematic file: Health and Insecurity in France

The Foundation brainstorms with its partners

Today, 8.5 million people are living below the poverty line in France. Insecurity and disease continue to gain ground. Overwhelmed by the difficulties of their daily lives, more and more women, men and children give up searching for the healthcare they still need. Faced with this unacceptable conclusion and determined to work together to find solutions to improve the situation, the Sanofi Espoir Foundation brought together its most committed partners in France - the French Red Cross, Médecins du Monde, Paris Samusocial and Solipam.


February 15, 2015

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International Childhood Cancer Day

Sanofi Espoir Foundation’s My Child Matters program announces a new initiative of nurse fellowship projects awards, in collaboration with the International Society of Pediatric Oncology."


February, 3th 2015

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Solidarity with Guinea: Fighting Ebola

Under the leadership of our West African subsidiary, our employees and the Sanofi Espoir Foundation have once again demonstrated their commitment to solidarity.


January, 20th 2015

Read the news dated January, 20th 20155

Very encouraging results for the "A Call for Life" program

In Benin, 1,500 women die each year from complications related to pregnancy, childbirth or the puerperium – a total of 125 women a month. The Sanofi Espoir Foundation has supported the implementation of the innovative "A Call for Life" program with its CARE partner, the Ouinhi municipal authorities and the Ministry of Health of Benin.


Activity Report 2013-2014
of the Foundation

Consult the Activity Report 2013-2014

Fondation Sanofi Espoir Newsletter

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Map of our projects
in the world

Our major partnerships around the world to help reduce healthcare inequality