Our achievements

Care Centre

The Care Centre is a free mobile clinic fitted with solar photovoltaic technology made in France, which can have several units:

  • Provision of pure to ultra-pure WFI water (water for injection)
  • Individually controlled air conditioning
  • Telehealth and remote diagnostic assistance via Internet communication
  • Sterilisation, blood test, X-ray, ultrasound
  • Media Centre, Satellite TV, Internet
  • Centre for school and training, prevention and vaccination

This ready-to-use medical care centre is completely independent, lit by photovoltaic solar energy and is made from a sea container. The Care Centre is fully fitted with a medical bed, sink and mobile phone charging sockets.

Mali’s first Care Centre was inaugurated on 26 June 2015 with Mrs. KEITA Aminata MAIGA, the First Lady of Mali and her NGO, AGIR, in the presence of the Minister of Energy and the Chairman of the Energy Administration Board of Mali, but also the Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations, Mr. Philippe Douste-Blazy.

Several Care Centres are currently operating in Mali, and planning for new facilities are in the pipeline.

The Care Centre is a free mobile clinic fitted with solar photovoltaic technology made in France, which can have several units:

  • Provision of pure to ultra-pure WFI water (water for injection)
  • Individually controlled air conditioning
  • Telehealth and remote diagnostic assistance via Internet communication
  • Sterilisation, blood test, X-ray, ultrasound
  • Media Centre, Satellite TV, Internet
  • Centre for school and training, prevention and vaccination

This ready-to-use medical care centre is completely independent, lit by photovoltaic solar energy and is made from a sea container. The Care Centre is fully fitted with a medical bed, sink and mobile phone charging sockets.

Mali’s first Care Centre was inaugurated on 26 June 2015 with Mrs. KEITA Aminata MAIGA, the First Lady of Mali and her NGO, AGIR, in the presence of the Minister of Energy and the Chairman of the Energy Administration Board of Mali, but also the Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations, Mr. Philippe Douste-Blazy.

Several Care Centres are currently operating in Mali, and planning for new facilities are in the pipeline.

Renovation of schools in the Third World

With the view that environmental learning begins with children, in 2018 the Institute took charge of the renovation of a school in Mali, in the city of Ouezzindougou, a suburban district of Bamako.

The overall aim is to enable children to be accompanied on the paths that they may walk in life by promoting their access to education, which consequently brings about an improvement in the living conditions of the population thanks to a decent school environment for pupils and teachers.

Partnership for sick Malian children

As a result of the partnership with the association Un sourire, un espoir pour la vie, [A smile, a hope for life] founded by Pascal Olmeta, funds have been raised to help sick children around the world.

This fundraising was made possible thanks to the organisation of a gala sports event between the rugby team of the Stade Toulousain and the 1998 world champion football team in Toulouse, at the Ernest Wallon stadium, in July 2017.

The First Lady of Mali was invited to kick off the event.