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KEY MOMENTS OF THIS “BIG” EVENT:
- Each team will work on a BUSINESS GAME (sales, finance) related to SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION. You will work together in order to define the best strategy, to play to the e-quiz and to win to the challenge.
- CORPORATE AND TESTIMONIAL VIDEOS to understand better the Bouygues Construction company, our activities, our jobs and our daily life.
- LIVE CONFERENCES about the CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) and our foundation “Terre Plurielle” and its projects.
- And many other SURPRISES…
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Here are a few examples of projects that the foundation has financed and supported to the four corners of the earth.
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In Morocco, the “Anaïs” Association is a social protection institution that contributes to the development of the abilities of people with mental disabilities.
The association works for the socio-professional integration of the people who benefit from its services, including the creation of a Work-Based Support Centre which trains young disabled people.
The project concerned the “canteen/ restaurant” workshop and consisted in training young disabled people in various jobs in this sector. A lot of this equipment and material had to be replaced.
The foundation contributed to the funding of some of these investments.
In France, SESEP is a society actively supports clinical research and therapeutic innovation dedicated to young children.
Following research on innovative interactive motor rehabilitation for very young children led by SESEP, the foundation was participating in 2018 in the acquisition of material and equipment to put the results into practice in the SESEP centers.
The “Architectes d’Urgence” (Emergency Architects) helps populations that have lost infrastructures due to conflicts or a natural disaster.
Located in Madagascar, the project was to renovate a primary school with over 510 students in attendance. Terre Plurielle participated in the renovation works for the classrooms and administrative offices.