Who are they? Children, women and men with and/or for whom we work. They benefit directly from our activities.
Children whose mothers work in the sex trade, homeless children living on the street, children from vulnerable families and children with little to no access to health or preschool education services.
Girls and women
More specifically, women who are vulnerable and of childbearing age as well as women and girls who have survived violence or suffer from domestic violence, who have been the victim of trafficking or who work in the sex trade.
Men play an important role in our work, especially in terms of contributing to changing mentalities and combating violence against women and children.
Our achievements in 2015:
⇒ Around 2000 children between the ages of 3 and 6 from underprivileged areas in Cambodia and Burkina Faso received education in 27 preschools set up by Planète Enfants & Développement.
⇒ 1527 women in rural areas of Cambodia benefitted from health services improved by Planète Enfants & Développement.
⇒ 938 families received support from our social workers in the 4 countries where we operate. 88% were empowered to overcome some or all of their difficulties.
⇒ 37 girls and women were able to engage in an income-earning activity in Nepal.
⇒ 48 cases of violence and trafficking were taken on by the communities we trained in Nepal.
⇒ 45 exploited girls in Kathmandu left the sex trade and began a journey towards socio-economic integration.
⇒ 25 children of women who had been victims of exploitation, or who were extremely vulnerable, joined a social preschool.
⇒ 617 people in villages and 2 cooperatives with several hundred members received training enabling them to handle and resolve cases of violence.