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The Fondation Pierre Fabre

The Fondation Pierre Fabre, recognized as being of public utility, is working since 1999 to improve access to quality medicines and healthcare in the Global South

Find out our latest field reports and videos of our conferences.


An innovative, free formula for producing a sun protection cream for people with albinism.
Sun protection is crucial to prevent skin cancer for people with albinism in sub-Saharan Africa. The Fondation Pierre Fabre in collaboration with the Pierre Fabre Dermo-cosmetic Laboratory and the Pierre Fabre Research Institute has developed an innovative formula available to the international community for local production.

Let’s help Lebanon together
Lebanon is plunged into an unprecedented crisis. 70% of the population has fallen below the poverty line. Access to healthcare is becoming a problem for everyone, Lebanese and Syrian refugees alike. The Fondation Pierre Fabre extended its support to all the Order of Malta’s health structures in Lebanon. Discover their work in this report.

Treating victims of sexual violence at Bulenga Hospital in the DRC
The South Kivu region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has been a conflict zone since 1999. Many armed groups there have been taking violent action against the civilian population with near impunity, particularly women, using rape as a weapon of war. Founder of the Panzi Hospital in the heart of this region, Dr Denis Mukwege dedicates his life to treating female victims. Since 2018, the Pierre Fabre Foundation has been supporting the replication of this global care model at the Bulenga Hospital. 

Restoring dignity to victims of sexual violence: the work of Dr Denis Mukwege in the DRC.
Since 2018, the Fondation Pierre Fabre has been supporting the work of Denis Mukwege, Nobel Peace Prize winner, in favour of victims of sexual and gender-based violence. In February 2020 he received us at the reference hospital of Panzi in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Teledermatology : Innovating to improve access to healthcare

The Fondation Pierre Fabre has been developing an ambitious teledermatology programme in Mali since 2015 to ensure that all those with skin diseases can access needed diagnostic services. Learn more about this programme and how it helps the sick in this report filmed in Mali.


Albinism sufferers are one of the most marginalised and vulnerable groups of sub-Saharan Africa, because they are particularly exposed to the risk of skin cancer. Studies estimate that the majority die of skin cancer between the ages of 30 and 40. Fondation Pierre Fabre is working alongside NGO Standing Voice on the development of special care programmes.

Engagement against sickle celle disease in Burkina Faso
In Burkina Faso, the Pierre Fabre Foundation is running an awareness, screening and patient treatment programme in conjunction with the Sickle Cell Initiative Committee for Burkina.

Creation of a Mobile Medical Unit in Lebanon
Faced with the heavy influx of refugees in the Bekaa valley near the Syrian border, the Order of Malta and the Fondation Pierre Fabre have teamed up to address the medical needs of these populations


2022 Conference of the Global South Ehealth Observatory
Find out more about this day which took place on July 1st 2022 and was broadcast live on the internet.

2020 Conference of the Global South Ehealth Observatory
Find out more about this day which took place on 15 October 2020 at the Foundation’s headquarters and was broadcast live on the internet.

2019 Conference of the Global South Ehealth Observatory

2018 Conference of the Global South Ehealth Observatory

2017 Conference : universal health coverage in Africa

Conférence ODESS 2017


1st episode.
Yannick Mukendi, a general practitioner in the DRC, explains how he can meet the needs of his country by training in dermatology.

2nd episode
In this 2nd episode of our scholarship holder profiles, find out more about the career of Dr Moussa Savané. Dr Savane is Guinean and is undergoing 4 years’ training in dermatology, in Mali at the dermatology hospital in Bamako and in France at the Hôpital Saint Louis AP-HP, Assistance Publique – Hôpitaux de Paris, thanks to a grant from the Fondation Pierre Fabre. His project is to set up tele-expertise in dermatology in Guinea in order to meet treatment needs.

3rd episode
In 2020, Dr Alice Guingané, hepato- gastroenterologist at the University Hospital BOGODO in Burkina Faso, received a grant from the FondationPierre Fabre to continue her post-doctoral research.

4th episode
In this fourth episode, we take a look at the inspiring career of Noudy Sengxeu, Doctor of Pharmacy and lecturer in analytical chemistry at the Faculty of Pharmacy of the University of Health Sciences in Laos. Thanks to a grant from the Foundation, Noudy Sengxeu was given the opportunity to do an internship at the French National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products.

5th episode
In this 5th and final episode, Sandra Vidjro, Pharmacist in Regulatory Affairs, tells us about her career. She became the first female doctoral student in law and ethics and pharmaceutical regulation in Togo, thanks to a grant from the Fondation Pierre Fabre . Her professional goals? : “To enable Togo, which is a small country in West Africa, to become a model when it comes to pharmaceutical regulation. Find out more about her career.