Healthcare & Disabilities
2011

Malis

A travelling exhibition intended for children in hospital
“The savannah comes to hospital” exhibition



Sponsors: Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France – Habitat Résidentiel

Established in 2011 by four doctors, the A-GAPI association (Growing and Learning through Pictures), is investing in projects for hospital patients and the handicapped. It organised an initial exhibition on African wildlife aimed at children and young people who were attending or were patients in the Robert Debré hospital (Paris). Terre Plurielle participates in the financing of this travelling exhibition, where the child is not only a spectator but also an actor, actively participating in the learning experience being offered.

To find out more about « A-GAPI »

This project is part of the: "Education" and "Health"
Country: France – Ile-de-France and french regions
Terre Plurielle’s contribution: €10,000
Board of Directors: December 2011

Malis

Learning to read for autistic children
Teaching autistic children to read and write



Sponsors: Bouygues Bâtiment Centre Sud-Ouest

Set up in 2008 by three families who refused to send their children to day-care hospitals, the “P’tit Dom” association takes care of teaching children, part-time, the basics of reading and writing. Over two consecutive years, Terre Plurielle is financing an amusing, progressive and structured method, aimed at making learning to read and write easier for six autistic children. To find out more about « P’tit Dom »

This project is part of the: "Education and "Disability"
Country: France – Gradignan
Terre Plurielle’s contribution: €30,000 for 2 years
Board of Directors: December 2011

Malis

Research programme to cure a blindness-inducing disease
Support for a gene therapy research programme



Sponsors: Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de France - Construction Publique et Logement Social

France Choroïdérémie was established in 2004, at the initiative of a small group of parents and sufferers. Support from Terre Plurielle has provided finance for the second year running for the next stages in the gene therapy research programme aimed at curing this degenerative disease of the retina, which leads to blindness.

To find out more about « France Choroïdérémie »

This project is part of the: "Health"
Country: France – Montpellier
Terre Plurielle’s contribution: €20,000
Board of Directors: December 2011

Malis

Improvements to a refrigerated room for storing food products
Creation of a refrigerated room for the communal grocery in France



Sponsors: Bouygues Bâtiment International

Started in 2010, this local branch of the French Red Cross is focused on the fight against exclusion. Working in the Yvelines département, it offers to those who are destitute: the collection and distribution of school supplies, first aid, assistance with food and clothing. The fruit and vegetables delivered each week do not keep well, resulting in significant losses. A refrigerated room, partly financed by Terre Plurielle, will make extended storage times possible.

To find out more about « Croix Rouge française - délégation SQY »

This project is part of the: "Health"
Country: France - Elancourt
Terre Plurielle’s contribution: €7,000
Board of Directors: November 2011

Malis

Creation of a place accessible to the disabled
Improvements to a hall, thus providing access to physically handicapped women in Paris



Sponsors: Pôle Concessions

Founded in 2003, the FDFA association “Women for Speaking, Women for Action” assists and supports disabled women, promoting their status in society, whatever the nature of their handicap. The association rents premises in the 15th arrondissement of Paris that require considerable renovation work to make them accessible to disabled people; Terre Plurielle is participating in the financing of their improvement.

To find out more about « FDFA »

This project is part of the: "Disability"
Country: France - Paris
Terre Plurielle’s contribution: €10,000
Board of Directors: November 2011