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MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE ORAPI HYGIENE FOUNDATION

“The ORAPI HYGIENE Foundation, under the impetus of its board of directors and, I am certain, with the support of many members of staff, will help children fight contagious diseases and epidemics by learning rules of hygiene.  Both within France and abroad, as we are present on 5 continents, we hope to help as many children as possible to avoid contracting these diseases, simply by helping them to acquire good habits and learn the fundamental rules of hygiene.  It is a just cause and a great adventure that you are welcome to pursue with us.”

Guy Chifflot, Chairman of the Foundation.Contact : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

our commitment

Because each company has a role to play in society and can make a contribution through its know-how, its culture and, above all, its values, we have decided to create our own foundation: ORAPI HYGIENE FOUNDATION.
As the leader in France’s professional hygiene industry, our desire is to help children by joining the fight against contagious diseases and epidemics by teaching them the rules of hygiene.
Both within France and abroad, we hope to help as many children as possible to avoid contracting these diseases, simply by helping them to acquire good habits and learn the fundamental rules of hygiene.
Our ORAPI HYGIENE Foundation’s mission is to “Help children to acquire good hygiene habits to protect them against public health risks and thereby contribute to a future of good health for all of humanity.” .

PARTNERSHIP WITH UNESCO

 

Our Foundation participates in the fight against serious, often lethal, epidemics. Firstly, it participates in the fight against the Ebola virus.
Indeed, in Liberia, only immediate education in hygiene rules can allow children to avoid or, at least, to impede the development of the Ebola virus, if it returns.
With the cooperation of UNESCO, our ORAPI HYGIENE Foundation supports the training programme in Liberian schools, training teachers in the 300 schools in 3 counties in Liberia, and has thereby enabled more than 80,000 people—schoolchildren and teachers—to be taught in 3 years.

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