A word from our Solidarity FabLabs

There would be no Solidarity FabLabs without FabManagers. They tell us how they offer a real alternative to young people in difficulty who are searching for themselves,...

Autism - a new start for Alexis, in a supported apartment

Alexis will benefit from a supported apartment part of the accommodation centre run by the association, "Turbulences!". He and seven other people with autism will be...

Numerik'up, for digital inclusion and equal opportunities

In partnership with the Ile-de-France - Paris region and the Colombbus association, we are supporting the Numerik’up organisation, which is helping young people aged 16 to...

The Kinshasa Solidarity FabLab's smart basin

Where’s the project now? In 2019, four young people in training at the Lisungi FabLab - Eric Heri, Rey Badosanya, Serge Paluku and Steve Liyaki - won the prize in our...

Romania's first Solidarity FabLab!

The worldwide deployment of Solidarity FabLabs continues with our first in Romania, in partnership with the Iași FabLab association. Over the course of a year, 90...

Orange Book Prize in Africa in 2019, today the Prix Goncourt des lycéens!

The winner of the Orange Foundation’s Orange Book Prize in Africa in 2019 has this year won the Prix Goncourt des lycéens! The prestigious Prix Goncourt des lycéens (voted...

A new village inaugurated in Madagascar

The 27th Orange Village in Madagascar has just been inaugurated in the rural municipality of Ambandrika, in Ambatondrazaka district. Four new wells have been established to improve access to clean water. The health centre has been refurbished to improve the health of mothers and children first and foremost. On the education front, the primary school now has new classrooms. Some 350 pupils will be able to enjoy their classes in better conditions.

Elizabeth Tchoungui, Director for CSR, Diversity and Solidarity at the Orange Group, Deputy Chair of the Orange Foundation and Alioune Ndiaye, CEO of Orange Middle East...

FabLabs have existed for several years across all continents, but the Orange Foundation decided to make them a solidarity initiative in 2014. Why? How? Who for? This...