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Solidarity together

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RECOVER

By providing support for populations on long-term issues

The Rescue & Recover Fund's second goal is to provide sustainable assistance to the populations of the least developed countries. It does so by responding to the fundamental elements of development issues through projects run by our three partner associations focusing on migration, mother and child health, access to clean drinking water and more.

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MALNUTRITION

Millions children at risk of dying

Malnutrition is one of those chronic crises we only hear about during acute emergencies. Yet its devastating consequences are felt every day by millions of children around the world. The Rescue and Recover Fund supports strategic projects in countries experiencing food insecurity, in partnership with Doctors Without Borders, CARE and the Red Cross. 124 000 euros collected.

MIGRANTS IN EUROPE

One of the largest migration crises

The conflicts in Syria and the Middle East are causing mass migration, resulting in a humanitarian crisis across Europe. The Fund is supporting actions in France, Italy, Serbia and Greece which provide humanitarian and solidarity support.

MOTHER AND CHILD HEALTH

10 million preventable deaths every year

These mothers and infants are dying prematurely because of malnutrition and lack of access to healthcare and good hygiene practices. The Fund finances initiatives to improve mother and child health and develop global access to healthcare in Mali, Niger, the Central African Republic, Ivory Coast and Pakistan.

ACCESS TO SAFE DRINKING WATER

850 million people with no access to clean drinking water

The consequences are serious: three million deaths every year through diseases linked to water, including two million children. Faced with this plight, the Fund is supporting the drilling of wells and the training of local communities in good practices in hygiene, water and health, particularly in Cameroon.

SINCE ITS FOUNDATION AT THE END OF 2012

Development projects supported by the Fund