Humanitarian projects

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Ilse Verhelst
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In the course of September b.foundation organises a Back to School collection, whereby kids of Brussels Airlines employees are invited to collect school material in their schools and classes. In many of the African...
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Ilse Verhelst
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CoRSU is a hospital for people with disabilities. It provides free life changing orthopaedic and plastic surgery to children (below 18 years), thanks to the kindness of sponsors and donors. Children with cleft lip and/...
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b.foundation
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This school is located on the outskirts of the Mathare slum, just behind the MEFAG shelter. In fact, some of the MEFAG children follow there primary and upper primary classes here. The school has 10 teachers and...
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Agnes Penne
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Kids for Uganda is a Belgian, non governmental organisation, for development aid and development cooperation. The children of Uganda have captured our hearts and minds, because of the ever-increasing number of orphans,...
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b.foundation
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Arnaud Vanhove, pilot at Brussels Airlines, and his fiancée Marie, have engaged in a unique project, fully supported the Brussels Airlines’ b.foundation for Africa: in September 2013, they get married and they decided...
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Ilse Verhelst
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In the framework of b.foundation for Africa an on-board collection of small change is organised on the Brussels Airlines long haul flights. This collection is a joint initiative of the Lufthansa Group airlines, led by...
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Theophile Babene
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Our colleague Theophile suports education and welfare projects in his ancestral town Samatite. Samatite is a very small village of 350 habitants (about 60 households) in the south west of Senegal. To be precise, the...
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b.foundation
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The Franciscan Missionary sister of Mary came to Dakar in 1948 to support the main hospital of Dakar. Quickly there main objective was to continue strengthening small children whom were treated for malnutrition,...