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Sanofi Espoir Foundation
Created in 2010 by Sanofi Group to capitalize on more than 20 years of commitment to international solidarity, the Sanofi Espoir Foundation aims to reduce healthcare inequalities, particularly among the world’s needy communities.
Its action focuses on three priority areas:
- fighting childhood cancer in low and mid-income countries
- reducing maternal and neonatal mortality
- improving access to healthcare for the most deprived populations
The Sanofi Espoir Foundation is also involved in responding to humanitarian emergencies but focuses primarily on long term partnerships to act on education and prevention, training and access to care.
In 2015, the Foundation coordinated 36 programs, which permitted access to care for about 800,000 people and training for 2,900 health actors in 31 countries.
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The fight against childhood cancer: My Child Matters
In operation since 2006 with the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, International Society of Paediatric Oncology (SIOP) and other organizations, this program has supported 45 projects in 33 countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. By improving care for 50,000 children with cancer, My Child Matters has helped reduce the gap between survival rates in high-and low-income countries.
Reducing maternal and neonatal mortality: Midwives for live
In developing countries, too many women still die in childbirth. Since its creation in 2010, the Foundation has decided to support 16 programs that aim to deliver better access to care for every mother and newborn child. Through the “Midwives for Life” initiative, 530,000 pregnant women have been cared for, and more than 2,100 midwives have been trained.
Access to healthcare for the most vulnerable
There is continuing extreme poverty in France that is making life harder for more and more men, women, and children. True to its goal, the Sanofi Espoir Foundation supports its partners in their daily struggle to meet the health needs of these communities. In France, it is engaged alongside NGOs such as Apprentis d’Auteuil, Samusocial de Paris, SOLIPAM or Red Cross.
When a humanitarian disaster occurs, the Foundation works with its emergency’s partners and local Sanofi subsidiaries to coordinate actions that will provide the victims with access to care. Since 2010, a 36 countries victims of humanitarian catastrophe received financial support. 4,45 millions of medicines boxes and 2,5 millions of vaccines doses have also been donated.
The Foundation encourages employees to become involved through volunteering programs, project sponsorship and calls for generosity. For the 4th Sanofi Solidarity Season in 2015, 25 subsidiaries carried out solidarity actions involving a total of over 25,000 employees and community partners.
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