News 2011


December 21, 2011

Humanitarian emergency - Storm in the Philippines


December 14, 2011

Bouygues, CFAO and the Sanofi Espoir Foundation join forces to create the “Club Santé Afrique” with the AMREF


December 13, 2011

Fighting infectious and neglected diseases: two new projects supported by Sanofi Espoir Foundation


December 7, 2011

Fighting maternal mortality in Africa: the official launch of “A Call for Life” in Cotonou


Tremplins Jeunes Solidarité Santé - 2011

November 21, 2011

November 18: Presentation of the 1st “Tremplins Jeunes Solidarité Santé” to encourage involvement from students

(Young People’s Health Solidarity Springboards)


 

November 8, 2011

Seminar on Intellectual Disabilities, organized by our partner Santé Sud in Tunisia


November 7, 2011

Solidarity with the Horn of Africa – An Update


November 4, 2011

Humanitarian emergencies in Pakistan, Thailand and Turkey


Solidarity with Japan

October 28, 2011

Solidarity with Japan: 7 months of support actions with the Japanese Red Cross


October 28, 2011

October 13th: Official launch of the “Stand up for African mothers” campaign

Sanofi Espoir Foundation, partner of the “STAND UP FOR AFRICAN MOTHERS” campaign, launched on October 2011, at the Women’s Forum, in Deauville (France)


October 10, 2011

Women's Forum: Sanofi Espoir Foundation will partner the launch of the international “Stand up for African mothers” campaign


September 16, 2011

ICRC Visa d’Or Humanitarian Award to encourage respect for medical teams


July 29, 2011

Humanitarian compassion for the Horn of Africa


July 27, 2011

The Sanofi Espoir Foundation and CARE France start a project in Benin to ensure safe childbirth for women

CARE France and the Sanofi Espoir Foundation are collaborating in an innovative project “A Call for Life”. For a period of three years and with a budget of nearly €900,000, the project aims to fight against maternal and infant mortality in Benin.

 

July 1st, 2011

Fighting the vicious circle of disease & poverty: the Sanofi Espoir Foundation supports four new projects


Tremplins Jeunes Solidarité Santé - 2011

June 24, 2011

France - “Tremplins Jeunes Solidarité Santé

(Young People’s Health Solidarity Springboards)
4 grants worth €5,000 for student humanitarian associations


 

Demonstrations in Sana'a, Feb. 2011.
An ambulance.
© Cosmos / C. Martin-Chico

June 22, 2011

First ICRC Humanitarian Visa d'or photojournalism award

Because it is vital to ensure that healthcare continues in areas of conflict and violence, the Sanofi Espoir Foundation is partnering the International Committee of the Red Cross to reward the best photo reportage highlighting the difficulties of bringing relief to the victims of armed conflict or insecurity including the sick and injured, as well as health workers themselves.

 

April 27, 2011

Humanitarian emergencies in Côte d'Ivoire and Libya


Solidarity with Japan

April 15, 2011

Solidarity with Japan: the Group and its employees rallie their forces to help the victims


March 31, 2011

First line actions to support displaced people in Côte d’Ivoire and Liberia


March 18, 2011

Sanofi-aventis and its employees Donate to Tohoku Pacific Earthquake Relief Fund

• Donation of 1 million Euros to support aid relief efforts
• Donations of essential medicines
• Worldwide call for employee donations matched by sanofi-aventis


Solidarity with Japan

March 16, 2011

Solidarity with Japan: sanofi-aventis rallies its forces to help the victims


February 16, 2011

Pakistan: six months after the floods the situation is still difficult


February 15, 2011

International Childhood Cancer Day
My Child Matters is helping reduce healthcare inequalities

Today, on International Childhood Cancer Day, the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) and Sanofi Espoir Foundation announced the continuation of the My Child Matters initiative.


January 14, 2011

Together for Haiti - one year after the earthquake


December 13, 2010

Sanofi Espoir Foundation: 30 projects in favor of 23 countries, prizewinner for the fourth round of the “Carrying Out Projects Here and Abroad” program