Fondation's Newsletters

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January 2015

Newsletter "Health and insecurity in France"

How can access to care be improved for people at risk of dire poverty in France? On November 20, 2014, the Sanofi Espoir Foundation organized a roundtable at the Economic, Social and Environmental Council with four of its partners to discuss the fight against health inequalities. The goal was to formulate proposals that could change public practices and policies.

May 2014

Newsletter "Fighting against maternal and neonatal mortality"

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 2013

Newsletter "Micro-health insurance"

Despite progress in recent years, weak health systems in some countries make access to basic healthcare extremely difficult for the poorest communities, and prevent them from escaping from the poverty trap.

October 2012

Newsletter "Partnerships at the heart of the fight against neglected tropical diseases"

These infectious diseases found in hot, humid climates affect a billion people around the world, but they have long been neglected by researchers and funders. In recent years, however, the international community has been mobilizing to fight against these disorders that prevent the world’s deprived populations from escaping from poverty due to their terrible consequences.

Juily 2012

Newsletter "Stand up for African mothers"

In Africa, a woman is 110 times more likely to die in childbirth than in Europe. This is a tragedy for families and a serious handicap for the development of African countries.