Health and Nutrition project in Colombia- an initiative led by volunteer Givaudan employees
A family programme to promote better alimentary and health practices in daily life for small children and families. Read our interview with Diana, member of the project team to know more about the initiative.
GIVFON_2019_AnnualReport2018_GE.pdf Die Givaudan Foundation hat ihren Tätigkeitsbericht 2018 veröffentlicht Genf, 26. März 2019 – Die Givaudan Foundation hat ihren Tätigkeitsbericht 2018 veröffentlicht, der die Fortschritte der Stiftung bei ihren Förderprojekten in den Bereichen Bildung,
GIVFON_2019_AnnualReport2018_FR.pdf La Fondation Givaudan publie son rapport d’activité 2018 Genève, 26 mars 2019 – La Fondation Givaudan a publié son rapport d’activité 2018, qui souligne les progrès accomplis dans son soutien à l’éducation, à la santé et à l’environnement, et
Madagascar: Ginger cultivation for vulnerable farmers
Additional crops are sometimes cultivated in order to increase family income. To this end, a project was developed in partnership with WHH (Welt Hunger Hilfe), a German non-governmental organisation specialised in rural economic development.
Jordan: Soap workshop for women in a refugee camp
The civil war in Syria that started in 2011 has caused millions of people to be displaced within the country or forced into exile. Many Syrians live in neighbouring Jordan as refugees, whether in villages or in special camps. The Za’atari camp in the north of the country is one such home to 80,000 people.
Brazil: Healthy nutrition and awareness about blindness
Programmes with the Instituto Givaudan aim to teach healthy nutrition habits to schoolchildren, teachers and parents and to create awareness about blindness and support the visually impaired.
Argentina: School canteen & orchard for rural families
Child nutrition remains a concern in many rural areas and, in this context, school canteens that provide balanced food may represent the most important meal of the day for many children.
Givaudan and the Givaudan Foundation receive Conservation International’s Hero Award for Tonka Bean programme in Venezuela
Givaudan and the Givaudan Foundation receive Conservation International’s Hero Award for Tonka Bean programme in Venezuela where the aim of the project is to empower local communities to conserve 150,000 hectares of forests in the Caura Basin.
Indonesia: School libraries to nurture love of reading
By 2020, five libraries were opened in patchouli-growing villages on Sulawesi island and vetiver-growing area, on Java island. These libraries serve as stepping stones for the school children on their way to education.
2018 Annual Report
In the five years of its existence, the Givaudan Foundation has contributed to more than 40 projects in 14 countries. This translates into 17,000 people directly benefitting from the different activities that have been rolled out.
The Givaudan Foundation has published its 2018 Activity Report
The Givaudan Foundation has published its 2018 Activity Report which outlines progress in its support for education, health and the environment and in creating awareness about the three causes that the Foundation champions: communities at source, blindness and family nutrition.
Colombia: Health & nutrition workshops for vulnerable families
A family programme to promote better alimentary and health practices in daily life for small children through appropriate hygiene, feeding and eating practices.
France: Scented garden for visually impaired schoolchildren
The creation of a didactic, aromatic and vegetable garden at the INJA School to be used as a learning tool aims at providing new ways of helping visually impaired children and teenagers in their intellectual development and discovery of the world.
Mexico: Vision campaign for schoolchildren
A screening programme to detect children with vision defects, provide good quality spectacles and offer medical treatment where needed.
2017 Annual Report
Through the projects the Givaudan Foundation supports, our objective is to help communities where Givaudan is active and rise to the challenges they face so they may have better and sustainable long-term prospects.