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 PHOTOS OF THE AWARDS CEREMONY for the six winning Occitanie projects.   FOURTH OCCITANIE CALL FOR PROPOSALS In 2019, following a call for proposals, six non- profit organisations in the Occitanie region were selected to receive ad hoc financial assistance to help them implement their initiatives in aiding healthcare development for the Global South’s poorer populations. The Foundation has held this call for proposals each year since 2016 in an effort to support health-cooperation entities in France’s Occitanie region. • ADEPASE Association – Prevention programme that protects teenage girls and young women in the Battambang Province (Cambodia). • Sauver la Face Association – Improve treatment for patients in Cambodia suffering the trauma and after-effects of facial paralysis. • Comité de coopération Castres Huye Rwanda Association – Developing eHealth to organise healthcare systems in the Huye district. • Institut de Génétique Moléculaire de Montpellier – Collaborative fundamental and epidemiological studies addressing adenoviruses in Chad and Burkina Faso in the broader context of vaccination. • Kania mod’action Association – Strengthen parental education in family planning, maternal, neonatal and child health through educational talks, home visits, community dialogue and health-worker training in the Republic of Guinea. • Codev Occitanie Association – Improve the quality of diagnosis and healthcare provided the population of Couffo department, Benin.  LEARN MORE     SUPPORT THE ACTIVITIES OF THE KHALDIEH MEDICAL-SOCIAL CENTRE      ACTIONS • Provide primary healthcare and medicines to inhabitants of the Zgharta, Danieh and Tripoli regions LEBANON  2019 ACHIEVEMENTS • 33,455 medical and social-support interventions, including 7,200 medical consultations • 6,200 patients (27% Iraqi and Syrian refugees; 34% of patients are children) • Provide essential kits, baby food, clothing and hygiene articles to refugee populations • The centre is part of the national health coverage project, impacting 553 poor Lebanese families       Annual support since 2002        PARTNER Lebanese Association of the Knights of Malta LEARN MORE     ESTABLISH A MOBILE MEDICAL UNIT FOR SYRIAN REFUGEES AND POOR LEBANESE   BEQAA VALLEY, LEBANON  ACTIONS • Purchase and convert the bus • Supply equipment and medication • Fund the medical staff • Provide free patient care: medical consultations, referral, medicine delivery  2019 ACHIEVEMENTS • 13,332 medical consulta- tions (1,111 consultations/ month on average) • 80% of consultations benefit refugees; 20% poor Lebanese • 44% consultations for general medicine; 38% for paediatrics; 10% for cardiology       4 years (2016-2020)   PARTNERS Order of Malta Lebanon Lebanese Association of the Knights of Malta         Fondation Pierre Fabre – 35 Budget: € 1,154,138 Budget: € 35,000 /year 

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