Projets Responsables : from micro-companies to humanitarian causes

Wednesday, December 1, 2021 19:00 - 20:30 , The Hamlet, Rue Etienne-Dumont 12, 1204 Genève, Switzerland
Website: https://thehamlet.com
Organizer(s):
  • Ari Stojanovski

Meeting agenda: 

  • Guest speakers from UNIGE presenting "Projet Responsable" that aims to raise funds for an NGO. 
  • Update on club service project
  • Pinning ceremony for new members! 


What is Projets Responsables? 

Projets Responsables is a course offered by the University of Geneva that allows students to develop specific entrepreneurial competencies by creating their own project and micro-company to raise funds for a humanitarian causes dedicated to education.

Projects include:

  • Developing children civic involvement and enhancing their critical thinking by art education in order to get away from violence and crime. 
  • Supporting the education of young orphans. This enables them to become autonomous and helps prevent them from becoming child soldiers.     
  • Opening an orphanage in order to foster adoption and give access to a better life in India 

Full details below.

Drinks and snacks will be provided. Please RSVP your participation. 


An evening dedicated to round the globe educational projects!

The Square, a communal space for the hotel's guests. © The Hamlet

What is The Hamlet?

The Hamlet is a family-run and fully restored townhouse comprised of 16 one-of-a-kind apartments. Winner of multiple awards, this 18th-century gem offers accommodation from 1 night to 1 year for travelers seeking refinement, calm and understated luxury right in the heart of Geneva.

How to access the Hamlet?

The Hamlet is located at the heart of Geneva's old town, at Rue Etienne-Dumont 12, Geneva 1204. The closest bus stop (by distance) are Liszt (36) and Athénée (3, 5, 7). Bikers can secure their bike on Place du Bourg-de-Four. The closest parking is Saint-Antoine (50m away).

Upon entering the building, access the 1st floor via lift or stairs and turn right: you will be entering The Square, a communal space shared with the hotel's guests. Meetings will take place in The Library, a dark green teal room on the right when entering The Square (see pictures attached).

Caliki

Art for kid’s rights

ONG: Terre des Hommes

Project:  The project raises funds to develop children civic involvement and enhance their critical thinking by art education in order to get away from violence and crime. Main goal: children’s rights.

Place: Cali ; Colombia 


Websitehttps://caliki.org


Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/caliki_unige/ 


Members: Byron Aebi , Xezal Dalga , Jessica Dufresne , Zoé Liechti and Valentina Scariati 

 

Elikya

Give a hand to their future

ONG: Bulles d’espoire 


Project:  The project raises funds to support the education and professional learning for young orphans. This enables them to become autonomous and helps prevent them from becoming child soldiers. 


Place: Beni, Congo


Websitehttps://elikya-project.org


Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/elikya.insta/


LinkedInhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/elikya-projet-a10821226/


Members: Nora El Gousse , Zaïneb Ghomraci , Haroun Mahamat , Mame Saye Niang , Yanis Seghir and Sally Sow 

 

 

Maison Khusi

A home, a hope

ONG: Bulles d’espoire 


Project: During COVID pandemic, some children lost their parents in India and are threaten by mistreatment such as child abuse and prostitution. The project raises funds to open an orphanage in order to foster adoption and give access to a better life.


Place: West Bengal, India


Websitehttps://maisonkhusi.org


Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/maison.khusi/


LinkedInhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/maison-khusi/


Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/Maison-Khusi-110554851420763


Members: Laura Corbiere , Gaia Hurni , Arlinda Kameri , Célie Landry and Sara Yemane Gebremariam

 


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