Aim of the association :
Du nord pour le sud*
*The north for the south
The “Du nord pour le sud” is a humanitarian non-profit organization. Its goal is to transfer medical skills and expertise, financial means and other resources from the northern countries (European) to the southern villages (Northern and Western Africa) in order to help the distressed populations or those that are in a situation of extreme poverty. The aim is to improve their living conditions while respecting the culture and customs of the countries.
Our support is financial, to launch a specific project, as well as sustainable in laying out the ground work for a durable action. We assist in the initiation of projects that should become self-sufficient in the medium term. We also intervene with medical and health related missions.
Reasons for your support:
Because we are a non-profit that is deeply focused on FIELD WORK, we do not have administrative costs (all our needs: accounting, communication…are covered by partners who provide their services gratis). The members of our staff are volunteers. Other operating costs (such as travel, meals and lodging…) are entirely paid for by our members. In all circumstances, the organization keeps a non-profit focus. Therefore, the entire amount of donations is used for the missions.
Du nord pour le sud®
association humanitaire déclarée le 20 juillet 2011
(Préfecture de Villeneuve sur Lot)
N° identification RNA : W473001543
JO du 01-10-2011 (n°parution: 20110040)
Reconnue d’intérêt général le 05 septembre 2011
Du nord pour le sud est une marque déposée à l’INPI (certificat n°11 3 872 304)
Gifts usage :
Use of the donations
Health: With the help of medical supply manufacturers ‘Du nord pour le sud’ has begun collecting new material to equip dispensaries in isolated areas.
Support for economic development: “Du nord pour le sud” has put into motion programs to develop sustainable economic projects, notably those concerning aid for women.
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