Healthcare & Disabilities
2021

Malis

Financing of a non-magnetic video system for the MRI at the Femme Mère Enfant Teaching Hospital in Lyon
The Hospices Civils de Lyon (HCL) Foundation



Sponsors: Bouygues Energies & Services

The Hospices Civils de Lyon (HCL) Foundation was created in 2013, with the aim of accelerating the development of innovative projects and promoting personalised care for all patients. It provides financial support for the projects run within its thirteen hospitals.

Among these hospitals, the Femme Mère Enfant Teaching Hospital in Lyon is the primary centre for caring for children with disabilities, many of whom require MRI scans. This bulky and noisy machine requires children to remain completely still during the examination.

To facilitate this delicate procedure, the HCL foundation has installed a non-magnetic screen showing images or films, enabling children to remain calm and still during the examination.



Terre Plurielle is helping to fund this non-magnetic video system for MRIs at the Femme Mère Enfant Teaching Hospital.

This project is part of the: Healthcare
Country: France - Lyon
Terre Plurielle’s contribution: €8,000
Selection Committee: November 2021

Malis

Art therapy programme to combat the isolation of frail elderly people
The Maison des Cultures association



Sponsors: Bouygues Travaux Publics

The Maison des Cultures association was created in 2018 with the aim of offering a solution to combat the isolation of elderly people still living at home.

The association seeks to make an innovative contribution to the emergence of a new offer of individually tailored shared housing, and provides an alternative solution for the support of frail elderly persons, particularly those suffering from cognitive disorders linked to Alzheimer's disease and related disorders.



In addition to permanent home help, the association provides its beneficiaries with numerous activities. Terre Plurielle is helping to fund art therapy sessions, cultural visits and the costs of the two supporting carers.

This project is part of the: Healthcare / People in need
Country: France - Thomery (77)
Terre Plurielle’s contribution: €4,628
Selection Committee: November 2021

Malis

Musical workshops to change the day-to-day lives of sick children
The Société de Charité Maternelle de Paris association



Sponsors: Bouygues Bâtiment France Europe - Linkcity Île-de-France

The Société de Charité Maternelle de Paris association was founded in 1784, and aims to help and assist mothers and newborns in difficulty. The association undertakes and supports work of all kinds covering children, mothers and fathers. It aims to support them at every stage of their lives and provide specialised care, in addition to medical and social support, particularly for children suffering from cardio-rhumatological disorders.

For these children, the association has created a medical centre called the "Centre Pédiatrique des Côtes", consisting of three units: the outpatient consultation and day hospital, the infant unit, and the older children unit. The association offers children musical workshops provided by a specialist.



Terre Plurielle is helping to fund 22 musical workshops for the "Grands Enfants" ("Older Children") unit, 10 parent-child musical sessions for the "Nourrissons" ("Infants") unit, and the purchase of musical instruments.

This project is part of the: Healthcare
Country: France - les Loges en Josas (78)
Terre Plurielle’s contribution: €5,140
Comité de sélection: November 2021

Malis

Health protection programme for children and support for their mothers
Centre de Formation et Appui au Développement (CEFAD)


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Sponsors: Bouygues Travaux Publics - DTP Succursales et Filiales

The Centre de Formation et Appui au Développement (CEFAD) – a Guinea-based NGO – was founded in 2005. The mission of the centre is to develop projects that improve the lives of local people. The centre implements programmes in the areas of health, employment and training.



The CEFAD is launching a new health protection programme for children, which consists of training and supporting mothers to facilitate their medical care. At the same time, the centre is creating an income-generating activity to provide mothers with a sustainable way of paying for future actions linked to the medical care of their children.



Terre Plurielle is contributing to the training of mothers, the purchase of a mobile ambulance and the acquisition of supplies for market gardening.

This project is part of the: Healthcare / People in need / Employment
Country: République de Guinée – Tinguilinta, Tanéné, Belikindy
Terre Plurielle’s contribution: €8,000
Selection Committee: November 2021

Malis

Improving conditions for people suffering from mental health problems
Clubhouse Paris



Sponsors: Bouygues Construction S.A.

The aim of the Clubhouse France association, founded in 2010, is the social and professional integration of people suffering from mental disorders (schizophrenia, bipolar disorders, severe depression). The association's mission is to prevent the isolation of people living with a mental disability, to integrate them professionally, and to fight against their stigmatisation.

Attendance at the club is increasing rapidly every month and the hosting conditions are less and less favourable for participants.

Since noise is the main problem, Terre Plurielle is helping to fund soundproofing work in the Clubhouse Paris co-management room.

This project is part of the: Healthcare
Country: France - Paris
Terre Plurielle’s contribution: €2,500
Selection Committee: November 2021