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From November 21st to December 17th, 2016, the association Les Mains Ouvertes invites all volunteers to come pedal for a few minutes at the Grand Quartier Commercial centre, Saint-Grégoire, Rennes, where will be set up home-trainer bikes.
For every 6 km, a tin of milk powder will be financed by the G.I.E. (Economic Interest Grouping) Grand Quartier within a pre-determined limit. This operation, in favour of Vietnamese orphans, will also be supported by other partners such as the hypermarket Géant Casino present in the Grand Quartier commercial gallery.
The 2015 edition of “les Vélos Solidaires” had gathered over 1,000 persons for a total of 4,800 km, thus collecting a sufficient food aid to help 50 children for one year.
Founded in 2002, the French association Les Mains Ouvertes is a humanitarian association of general interest acting in Vietnam. Its first calling is the sponsorship of young children, unprivileged, orphans or disabled, who have a limited access to education and health facilities.
The association also builds and finances humanitarian projects in villages or orphanages. All these projects (food aid, creation and renovation of facilities, sponsorship of educational projects…) are divided into 4 axes of intervention: to feed, to treat, to educate and to find accommodation. In France, the association is supported by a network of more than 500 members who sponsor over 650 Vietnamese children.
As a partner, FIT participates amongst others to the “Milk for all” project which aims at fighting off infants’ malnutrition. Every year, a large distribution of milk (of the brand Danlait, distributed by FIT in Vietnam) is organized in several chosen places, orphanages and free clinics. The aim is to distribute 2,000 milk tins per year over 8 sites thanks to the donations. As individuals, FIT’s employees and collaborators sponsor Vietnamese children or make donations in tins of milk.