Swiss Green Projects has made the following observation, the best vector for societal change are the children, the future generations but they are also those who suffer the most from world hunger and malnutrition.
Based on this assumption, Swiss Green Projects will collaborate with already existing structures on site to implement a generalization of school meals which will encourage families in poverty to send their children to school
School children will also be made aware of hygiene, the basis of an important part of measures against infectious and bacterial vectors.
The populations have too few environmental notions and habits anchored during generations.
All the elements that can be easily eliminated, transformed or recovered will be gradually reoriented in their good sectors.
It will then be a question of carrying out awareness campaigns and explanations to the populations in order to influence a lasting change in their habits with simple gestures.
Thus, they will realize that they are also actors and not just victims of the environment in which they live.
At least 2.1 billion people do not have access to quality running water at home.
Access to safe, quality drinking water is a recurring problem for the most part of the world.
In fact, water is contaminated with bacteria, viruses, lead, mercury and salt, which has a negative impact on the health of populations. Water also has a high level of infection by faeces throughout the supply chain (sources, containers, water networks, home water treatment systems, etc.).
The population therefore suffers from diarrhea, hypertension and other diseases related to dirty water. In addition to poor water quality, it is often also inaccessible.
Swiss Green Projects aims to reduce this inequality by providing poor people in the Philippines and Indonesia, easier access to water and financially affordable, in partnership with local and national authorities.