«My Child Matters» : An international program, developed in Africa, Asia and Latin America to fight against childhood cancer.


The movie illustrates the program in the Senegal.

The movie illustrates the program in the Philippines.

The movie illustrates the program in Paraguay

Improving maternal and newborn health throught the "Midwives for Life" programm

Improving healthcare access in France

According to the INSEE statistics agency, 8.2 million people or 13.5% of the population in France today live below the poverty line (less than €954 a month). To improve their access to healthcare, the Sanofi Espoir Foundation is supporting its long-term partners in their daily struggle in France.

A Call for life » program in Benin

Each month, 150 women in Benin die while giving life. CARE France and Sanofi Espoir Foundation launched A Call for Life in 2011, in order to develop an integrated approach in Benin to reducing maternal and infant mortality, and offset midwives absences in some of the country areas.

Treat postpartum haelorrhage in Benin

Discover the video on Karamatou Adegnika Bangbola’s project, winner of Midwives for Life Awards 2014 for her project to use a catheter in the prevention and early treatment of obstetric fistula

Sanofi Season of Solidarity 2013

An annual international event dedicated to solidarity, giving employees the opportunity to meet partner associations and to organize solidarity activities for their benefit

“Together for Haiti”

On the 12th January 2010, at 4:53 p.m. local time, it only took 35 seconds for the 7.3 magnitude earthquake that rocked the island of Haiti to kill more than 250,000 people and injure over 300,000 others, creating 1.5 million displaced persons, forced to take refuge on the streets, in makeshift camps or host families. The earthquake devastated an already fragile country, where half the population lives on less than 1 euro a day.

The film “Together for Haiti” illustrates the huge scale of this unprecedented disaster and reports on emergency and post-emergency activities carried out in the field by our six partner NGOs (Aide Médicale Internationale, Care, Red Cross, Handicap International, Médecins du Monde, and UNICEF), aided by the Group's commitment and strong support from employees.

“Help them live!” (Honduras and Tanzania)

Whereas in developed countries almost 80% of children with cancer can be cured, the recovery rate is as low as 20% (or even 10%) in the world’s poorest countries, where it is much more difficult to provide information, early diagnosis and, above all, access to treatment. This film shows 2 among the 26 projects part of “My child matters” program.

In Honduras, child oncology specialists at the Hospital Escuela Materno in Tegucigalpa have set up relief medical centres in several of the country’s provinces to fight the alarming treatment dropout which was, until recently, almost 40%.

In Tanzania, the oncology specialists from the Ocean Road Cancer Institute, in Dar es Salaam, are extending access to treatment for childhood Burkitt's lymphoma.