2 GBP Ipsos Foundation Donation

2 GBP Ipsos Foundation Donation

Promoting Access to Education for disadvantaged Children and Youth

Since its creation in 2014, the Ipsos Foundation has funded 115 education projects for disadvantaged children in 43 countries, for a total of €3M. We operate on all continents, thanks to Ipsos’s presence in 90 countries.

The Foundation’s operational model relies on providing financial support to charities, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and social enterprises.

We have built schools in Nepal, Ghana and Zambia. We have provided books in the USA, Hong Kong, South Africa and Haiti. We have supported the education of children with severe illnesses in Russia, the Philippines and Kazakhstan. We have also funded projects in Yemen, Uganda, Kenya and Jordan.

In the United Kingdom we support EduKid, which is a registered charity that helps to remove the barriers to education faced by children living in poverty and conflict.

We work on the conditions that make children’s education possible in good, safe and healthy conditions. With “Charity: Water” and “Water For Health” we have brought clean, safe drinking water and sanitation to a rural school in Nepal, benefiting 1,400 children. A major obstacle for the 59 million children who do not attend school is hunger. This is why we have supported NGOs like Mary’s Meals (Ecuador), the Peninsula School Feeding Association (South Africa), Feed a Child a Day (Nigeria), to provide at least one daily meal for schoolchildren. We support health and hygiene awareness through education and have funded pre/postnatal care and actions for the wellbeing of women living with HIV/AIDS with Shanti Uganda.

We also support educational initiatives that promote the mental health of children, especially in vulnerable zones. This is essential at a time when so many youngsters live in poor conditions, sometimes alone, while their health, safety and security are vital for their physical and mental well-being.

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