The AREVA Corporate Foundation, patron of the second appearance of the Ateliers Nomades at Clichy-Montfermeil (93)
The AREVA Corporate Foundation appears alongside the musée du quai Branly to support the second appearance of the "Ateliers Nomades", an extramural action carried out by the museum, in an innovative cultural mediation approach that sets off to meet a wide variety of audiences.
Through its association with this project, the AREVA Foundation supports programs particularly dedicated to children and families distanced from cultural sites, enabling them to discover the treasures of the past on a living, modern and human scale.
This operation allows the AREVA Foundation to affirm its commitment to promote access to culture to the greatest possible number of people.
The AREVA Corporate Foundation mobilised to make culture always more accessible
Since its creation in 2007, the AREVA Foundation has centred its general interest and solidarity actions on education and health in the countries in which the group carries out and develops its activities.
2012 marked a key stage in its existence: extended for five years, it has also taken on a new aspect to promote access to culture for the least favoured in society.
Since its creation in 2007, the AREVA Corporate Foundation has centred its general interest and solidarity actions on education and health in the countries in which the group carries out and develops its activities.
Extended for five years in 2012, it has also taken on a new aspect to promote access to culture for the least favoured in society.
The Foundation supports long-term targeted and concrete actions which benefit disadvantaged populations, with priority given to children, women and students.
In the field of education, the Foundation favours projects for access to education, against illiteracy and which support students. It thus intends to improve the level of education of children and students from underprivileged backgrounds and to facilitate their learning process.
Within the health field, the AREVA Foundation supports actions against AIDS and malaria, both on the research level and in the field, but also facilitates the access to healthcare for the most underprivileged and supports the acquisition of medical equipment.
For more information on the AREVA Foundation: www.areva.com
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Through the complementary nature of nuclear and renewables, AREVA’s 45,000 employees contribute to building tomorrow’s energy model: supplying the greatest number of people with energy that is safer and with less CO2.