Education & Employment
2021

Malis

Creation of an E-Learning training solution for the “Dance and culture” educational project
ANNABA



Sponsors: Bouygues Bâtiment Centre Sud-Ouest

Created in 1998, the Annaba association aims to organise and implement educational, artistic and cultural activities, in connection with the National Education system. It also organises social and professional integration activities for young people, women and people with disabilities, focusing on well-being, self-confidence and preparation for employment.



The Annaba association runs educational projects linked to culture and dance, which it integrates into school programmes from kindergarten to high school and which aim to encourage the most vulnerable groups not to drop out of school.

To do so, it trains teachers in the creation of “danced tales” imagined entirely by the students.



The project involves developing an e-learning training solution composed of 4 modules for teachers, professors, students and their families.



Terre Plurielle is helping to fund the set-up work for this digital training.

This project is part of the: Education / People in need
Country: France - Tours (37)
Terre Plurielle’s contribution: €10,000
Board of Directors: June 2021

Malis

Rehabilitation of the Ebdelwahed El Marrakchi “second chance school” in Casablanca
the TIBU Maroc association



Sponsors: Bouygues Bâtiment International / Bymaro

Since 2011, the TIBU Maroc association has been working to promote the education and the social and professional integration of young people in difficulty through sport, in more than 17 towns and 11 regions of Morocco.

It is developing several school programmes, basketball camps, a basketball academy, basketball for the disabled and a programme called “Intilaqa” relating to professional integration through sport for young people aged 18 to 25 from disadvantaged neighbourhoods in the city of Casablanca.

In the Ebdelwahed El Marrakchi “second chance school” in Casablanca, the association offers 150 students aged 18 to 25 from disadvantaged neighbourhoods of Casablanca a technical and educational training programme divided into several areas: work-study training, professional experience in education-through-sport programmes and establishments, and support for access to employment through internships and workshops aimed at improving the employability of young people. To put the students’ theoretical knowledge into practice, a multi-sports field needs to be created within the school. It will also be open to the local population, in order to promote access to sport and physical activity on a regular basis.

Terre Plurielle is helping to finance the development work for the sports ground of the “Ebdelwahed El Marrakchi” school in Casablanca.

 

This project is part of the: Education/ / People in need
Country: Morocco - Casablanca
Terre Plurielle’s contribution: €10,000
Board of Directors: June 2021

Malis

Acquisition of a suitably adapted vehicle to facilitate the transportation of young disabled athletes.
the Philippe Croizon Academy



Sponsors: Bouygues Travaux Publics



Created in 2018, the Philippe Croizon Academy supports 9 young disabled swimming athletes, who must simultaneously pursue studies and high-level sport.

Under the legal supervision of the Departmental Handisport Committee of Allier (CDH 03), the Academy needs to acquire a new vehicle adapted to the transportation of young disabled athletes who travel daily between school, sports and medical facilities.

Terre Plurielle is helping to finance this vehicle adapted to people with reduced mobility.



 

This project is part of the: Education / Healthcare
Country: France - Vichy (03)
Terre Plurielle’s contribution: €17,321
Board of Directors: June 2021

Malis

Acquisition of computers for the Bandenkop high school in Cameroon
Kap'Africa



Sponsors: Bouygues Construction Purchasing

Created in 2015, the Kap’Africa association is committed to promoting rural development, the protection of the natural environment and social assistance.

Its main mission is the education of disadvantaged children from rural areas. To achieve this, the association is equipping schools in rural areas with digital resources and other equipment.

The project concerns Bandenkop high school, located 40 km from Bafousan in the north-west of Cameroon.

In the absence of computers, only theory can be taught. To remedy this lack of equipment and to complete the children’s practical training, the association must equip the classroom with computer equipment, which will also allow students to benefit from the “Digital Club” on Wednesday afternoons in the school.

Terre Plurielle contributes to the financing of the computers necessary for the proper functioning of the computer courses of the Bandenkop high school.

This project is part of the: Education / People in need
Country: Cameroon - Badenkop
Terre Plurielle’s contribution: €5,000
Selection Committee: May 2021

Malis

Creation of a sensory area for vulnerable schoolchildren at a Canterbury primary school
Parkside Community Primary School



Sponsors: Bouygues Bâtiment International – Bouygues UK

Founded in 1960, Parkside Community Elementary School aims to provide schoolchildren with a safe, caring, supportive and nurturing environment, with high quality education.

Located in a disadvantaged area of Canterbury, the high level of poverty of families from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds has a direct impact on some students, who require special attention due to their fragility.

In order to support children with additional needs, the school is setting up a sensory area allowing children to be ready to access learning in the classroom.

Terre Plurielle is contributing to the purchasing of accessories and the installation of the sensory room at the primary school.

This project is part of the: Education / People in need
Country: Great Britain - Canterbury
Terre Plurielle’s contribution: €3,947
Selection Committee: May 2021